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Re: [cdt-dev] javadoc for the CDT's API

>Can somebody from the CDT team can provide at least an example on how to
>parse a C++ file with the CDT 6.0?

This has some code in it that can get you started. I think it's all still valid in 6.0
"Static Analysis in PTP with CDT"


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[cdt-dev] javadoc for the CDT's API


Doug Schaefer suggested that I send my request to this mailing list.

I'll like to know where I can get the javadoc and maybe some code
example for the CDT 6.0. I want to use the C++ parser to get information
about the code in a file but the API has changed so much since CDT 3.2.1
that I don't know how it works now. The only thing I can find on the net
is the javadoc for CDT 3.3!!!  Open source code with no documentation is

Can somebody from the CDT team can provide at least an example on how to
parse a C++ file with the CDT 6.0?

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