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Re: GNU GLOBAL skips indexing of inline functions in files having C++ su

From: Hirohito Kato
Subject: Re: GNU GLOBAL skips indexing of inline functions in files having C++ support macros
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2008 16:23:04 -0800 (PST)

Thank you for reply.

I understand that rewriting parser by flex is more important
 issue on the project than typical change. I think so, too.

Now I try to modify the source code in order to ignore 'extern "C"'
 sentence like namespace token.
If I do it, can I send a patch of it to you?


Shigio YAMAGUCHI-2 wrote:
> On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 03:00:19 -0700 (PDT)
> Hirohito Kato <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hello,
> Hello,
>> I have a question of this issue.
>> Is this problem difficult to be fixed?
>> Though the priority of it seems to be very low, I would like to know
>>  why the problem isn't fixed for a long time.
>> (It is important problem for me...)
>> I appreciate it if you could answer my question.
> I cannot promise to fix the problem right now. I rather would like to
> rewrite the C++ parser using flex, because the current parser is hard
> to maintain. But I couldn't secure enough time for it. :<
> However, you need not wait for it; you can fix the problem by yourself.
> If you fix it, would you please post it to this mailing list?
> I understood the importance of C++ by your mail.
> Thank you.
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