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Re: [cdt-dev] How to identify a class in a *.cpp file?

Hi Elena,

The Wiki link that you supplied below doesn't specify which version of CDT this is going to work with! I am using CDT and I can't find the option to Run Code Analysis. What am I missing?



On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Elena Laskavaia <elaskavaia@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Static Analysis framework with some sample checkers, including ones that check some class properties can be checked out from CDT repository
See more details in

Qi WeiSong wrote:
*_Hello,  _all:

I am new to the CDT, and right now trying to develop a plug in to do a static analysis for our c++ source code. I want to find out the class name in the *.cpp file. However, I don't find any suitable API to do this. Can someone tell me which API i should use and how I should  do it? I have made a solution in a different way as following. Please help! thank you so much!

public void analyze(AnalysisHistory history) {
       CodeReviewResource resource = (CodeReviewResource)getProvider().getProperty(
               history.getHistoryId(), CodeReviewProvider.RESOURCE_PROPERTY);
       List<IASTNode> tUnitList = resource.getTypedNodeList(
               resource.getResourceCompUnit(), CodeReviewVisitor.TYPE_IASTDeclaration);
             for(IASTNode fileNode:tUnitList){
               //psudo code
               for each node, call the getRawSignature();
               find out the class  name by checking the string got from getRawSignature().
Best Regards,


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