ebrowse - create a class hierarchy database
ebrowse [options] [FILES...]
This manual page documents briefly the ebrowse command. Full documentation is available in the GNU Info format.
ebrowse is used to create the database used by the class browser in Emacs.
The program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes ("-").
- -a, --append
- append output to existing file
- -f, --files=FILES
- read input file names from FILE
- -I, --search-path=LIST
- set search path for input files
- -m, --min-regexp-length=N
- set minimum regexp length to N
- -M, --max-regexp-length=N
- set maximum regexp length to N
- -n, --no-nested-classes
- exclude nested classes
- -o, --output-file=FILE
- set output file name to FILE
- -p, --position-info
- print info about position in file
- -s, --no-structs-or-unions
- don't record structs or unions
- -v, --verbose
- be verbose
- -V, --very-verbose
- be very verbose
- -x, --no-regexps
- don't record regular expressions
- display this help
- display version info
emacs(1), etags(1), and the full documentation for ebrowse which is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and ebrowse programs are properly installed at your site, the command
- info ebrowse
should give you access to the complete manual.
Ebrowse was written by Gerd Moellmann.
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