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Indexing recursive include files with heavy preprocessor use -- Ideas? [message #1851582] Sat, 09 April 2022 05:02
Scott Willis is currently offline Scott WillisFriend
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Working with a project on a custom architecture that has a customized copy of gcc -- but not g++.
Extensive use of the preprocessor, everything from X macros, multi-level macros (I've seen 15 levels without looking hard), typedefs (see also, and multi-pass processing of include files by #defining symbols and recursively self-including.

Looking for ideas on how I can improve indexing to allow navigation.

Perhaps add an option to preprocess files, then index the result?
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