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Re: [cdt-dev] How to find find the scope of a function/variable usage.

Hi all,

Would anyone be able to answer the query from Jagan's e-mail below?

I also have some questions in addition to Jagan's, the set-up of interest being Eclipse 3.1.2 / CDT 3.0.2, for the moment:

1) First of all, is CModel actually capable of giving you this type of information easily (without your own code having to do some parsing itself)? If not, then is there some other mechanism via which to achieve this, e.g. by querying the DOM/AST directly? (Is the DOM even used in CDT 3.0.2?) Or would the best option be to do some parsing using the CDT parser (IParser)?

2) As I understand it, the CModel hierarchy is wrapped around the indexer somehow. Is this true?

I realize that these are a lot of questions. However, as there isn't much documentation on the CModel, DOM and indexer on the CDT WIKI or source code, any answers would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks,

Deniz Özsen
Graduate Software Engineer

Engineering Tools, PTD
BR2, 3rd floor
+44 20 7154  1769

Jagan Reddy <jaganreddy_v@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent by: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx

20/07/2006 13:37

Please respond to
"CDT General developers list." <cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>

[cdt-dev] How to find find the scope of a function/variable usage.

I am using CModel
Given a function usage (org.eclipse.cdt.core.model.IFunction) within some translation unit, how does one obtain the scope within which this function is called?
SomeScope::someMemberFunction {
2) Given a function usage, where the function is called explicitly on an object, how does one obtain the scope of this function call, i.e. the type of the variable that the function is called on?
SomeScope::someMemberFunction {


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