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RE: [cdt-dev] Finding references using PDOM and then finding the AST elements that contain the reference..

hi Neeraj,

 can you not use IASTName.resolveBinding (PDOMName is an IASTName) to get the IBinding?

(ICPPField) PDOMCPPField and (ICPPBase) PDOMCPPBase are both IBinding subtypes

> Oks..maybe not exactly the AST per se...I saw in the code that when
> we add IASTNames to the PDOM we add stuff like PDOMCPPField,
> PDOMCPPBase etc...if there is a way of getting to these from the
> PDOMName that is returned as the reference it would be good enough
> for me so that I save on recreating the AST and walking over it.
> --
> neeraj
> cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 09/06/2006 01:51:04 AM:
> > The PDOM does not store the AST. It only contains IASTNames and
> > IBindings and ITypes. You would need to recreate the AST for the
> > file and walk it to find the right name given the file location
> > stored in the PDOMName.
> >  
> > Doug Schaefer
> > QNX Software Systems
> > Eclipse CDT Project Lead
> >

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