C Source code pre-processing
burn at goldweb.com.au
Tue Mar 26 12:23:02 EST 2002
On Tue, 26 Mar 2002 11:47, Michael Still wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Mar 2002, Burn Alting wrote:
> > Does anyone know of a utility which will take a C source file and strip
> > #if/#else/#endif directives, just leaving the source code dependant upon
> > a set of defines.
> Couldn't you just run cpp yourself?
I should have been clearer in my original post.
My problem is that I have a 'master source tree'. I use #defines and
#if/#else/#elif/#endif constructs to define certain features. This is great
for generating different binaries, but I also need to occassionally generate
a source subset (from the master) which has deleted references to certain of
these 'features' - this includes the deletion of the #if/#else/#elif/#endif
lines as well.
cpp (-P, -C etc) or gcc's -E doesn't do this, both are more concerned with
generating intermediate C code - eg macro expansion etc. A cursory glance at
the m4 utility (earlier cpp) doesn't appear to help either.
I suppose this is more of an editing problem than anything else, I was just
hopeing that someone may have done this before me (eg Mark Jarnyk's python
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