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Re: [cdt-dev] Static Include Analysis (ReDHead)

That sounds cool. Looking forward to test your plugin. At the moment I am 
using a script from
part-2-build-times to look for unnecessary includes.

BTW, does your plugin consider conditional includes that depend on a #ifdef 
statement (e.g. #ifdef _LINUX include .. #elif WINDOWS include ...)?

Am Freitag 21 Mai 2010, um 16:33:04 schrieb Lukas Felber:
> Hi
> In the scope of my master thesis at the University for Applied Science
> (HSR) in Rapperswil (Switzerland), I am developing an Eclipse plugin
> which aims to add (some) static include dependency analysis to CDT. The
> plugin is called ReDHead ("Re"factor "D"ependencies of C++ "Head"er
> Files).
> Since I'm already in the middle of the thesis and many of the features
> (see list bellow) work pretty well, I thought it's time to officially
> announce the ReDHead plugin here on the CDT mailing-list.
> Here a list of features:
>  * Find unused includes
>  * Directly include referenced files
>  * Organize includes
>  * Static code coverage
>  * Find unused files
>  * Replace include with forward declaration (planed)
>  * Introduce redundant include guards (planed)
> A more detailed description of the features can be found on the ReDHead
> project site ( ).
> Some of the features already bring along integration into CDT's codan
> framework. Others are meant to be triggered via menu action (organize
> includes, static code coverage).
> I do not jet provide an update site for the ReDHead plugin. It will
> follow in the release phase of the project.
> Feel free to contact me if you have any questions ( lfelber@xxxxxx ).
> Lukas Felber

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