Declaration, Definition & Reference listers for C

John Carter <john.carter@tait.co.nz>
21 Aug 2005 00:22:29 -0400

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From: John Carter <john.carter@tait.co.nz>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 21 Aug 2005 00:22:29 -0400
Organization: Xtra
Keywords: tools, question

I'm interested in the large scale structure of very large programs (1000's
of files)


So to experiment with this I need to extract every {typedef, struct,
union, enum, macro, variable and function} {declaration, definition and
reference} from 1000's of C files.


Anybody know of a tool to parse standard C and spit out this information?


I would write one myself, but to do it properly I would have to write
a C preprocessor and most of C compiler.


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