/include-what-you-use, Analyze #includes in C and C++ source files
0.7nb2, Package name:
include-what-you-use-0.7nb2, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users
"Include what you use" means this: for every symbol (type, function
variable, or macro) that you use in foo.cc, either foo.cc or foo.h
should #include a .h file that exports the declaration of that symbol.
The include-what-you-use tool is a program that can be built with the
clang libraries in order to analyze #includes of source files to find
include-what-you-use violations, and suggest fixes for them.
The main goal of include-what-you-use is to remove superfluous #includes.
It does this both by figuring out what #includes are not actually needed for
this file (for both .cc and .h files), and replacing #includes with
forward-declares when possible.
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Version history: (Expand)
- (2017-03-18) Updated to version: include-what-you-use-0.7nb2
- (2016-12-19) Updated to version: include-what-you-use-0.7nb1
- (2016-11-16) Updated to version: include-what-you-use-0.7
- (2016-11-15) Updated to version: include-what-you-use-0.6nb1
- (2016-07-26) Updated to version: include-what-you-use-0.6
- (2016-03-14) Updated to version: include-what-you-use-0.5nb1
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