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I'm looking for a free tool for analyzing a generic C++ project without a particular IDE for searching references or declaration of classes, methods and functions. For example, a similar tool have to work also with projects which use bash scripts for compilation. A tool like cppdepend.com.

If it doesn't exist, we could organize to develop it.

Thank you

  • @rikicecchi do you want something GUI based? If so, I can suggest a few – Mawg Oct 11 at 10:30
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You just want to search plain text source files for a string, right?

Did you try grep? It comes with linux, and there are also versions for Windows cmd.exe. It can also search groups of files specified with a wildcard like *.c or multiple wildcard groups like *.c *.h.

  1. GrepWin has a GUI for windows.
  2. GNU Grep is a CLI for cmd.exe.
  3. Another GrepWin.
  4. Oak Road Systems grep for cmd.exe.
  5. findstr comes with cmd.exe (Windows) and has some options including searching all files in subdirectories. For help do findstr /? in a cmd.exe window.
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    This is the idea. But I'm looking for something more clever, especially than me. Anyway, thank you – rikicecchi Sep 13 at 8:51
  • I don't understand what do you mean by more clever than you. It's just a tool. – 59507 Oct 10 at 14:36
  • As the OP said earching references or declaration of classes, methods and functions, not just every text occurrence of their names – Mawg Oct 11 at 10:19

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