XML output extension to GCC
There is one open-source C++ parser, the C++ front-end to GCC, which
is currently able to deal with the language in its entirety. The
purpose of the GCC-XML extension is to generate an XML description of
a C++ program from GCC's internal representation. Since XML is easy to
parse, other development tools will be able to work with C++ programs
without the burden of a complicated C++ parser.
IBM xlC support contributed by Hady Zalek
This is a small README file regarding gccxml support for AIX and IBM xlC.
The IBM xlC headers are not suitable for GCC and need to be adapted. The modified files may not be redistributed freely. This forces you to perform the following operations:
This will produce corrected header files in the corresponding directory.
Sun CC support contributed by Pierre-Olivier Gaillard
This is a small README file regarding gccxml support for Solaris and Sun CC.
The Sun CC headers are not suitable for GCC and need to be adapted. The modified files may not be redistributed freely. This forces you to perform the following operations:
This will produce corrected header files in the correspondin
gccxml - Create an XML representation of C++ declarations.
gccxml [options] <input-file> -fxml=<output-file>
GCC-XML parses a C++ source file as it is seen by the com‐
piler when it is built. An easy-to-parse XML representation
of the class, function, and n
gccxml (0.9.0+cvs20120420-4) unstable; urgency=high
* Fix parsing of <limits> under GCC 4.7.1. Cl
GCC-XML - XML output for GCC
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GCCXML was Debianized on 2006-03-12 by Steven Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
building on previous work by
GCC RUNTIME LIBRARY EXCEPTION
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