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Re: handling of enums

From: Shigio YAMAGUCHI
Subject: Re: handling of enums
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007 23:07:58 +0900

> I noticed another parsing speciality: In c++ "typedef enum" and "enum" is
> equally valid code. Gtags-parser handles them differently. Furthermore, I
> would suggest that the type names of enums are "tags" not "symbols", at
> least, if "--typedef" is given ("--typedef: Pick up not only function but
> also typedef name and enum member as a definition."). Probably, some of
> items apply to the C parser as well. For an example, see below.

You are right. We are planning the followings:

* Pickup definitions of data type, enum name, enum value,
  struct member name, union name and struct name in C language.
  Finally, remove GSYMS. (gtags-parser, gtags)

Since the current parser is spaghetti, I feel the necessity of rewriting it.
Shigio Yamaguchi <address@hidden> - Tama Communications Corporation
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