[aspectc-user] Using puma to print out class member names
Olaf.Spinczyk at informatik.uni-erlangen.de
Fri Dec 31 11:08:40 CET 2004
Sunder, Shyam (MSTG - NY) wrote:
> Here's the other problem. Consider this:
> class A
> int a;
> int b;
> int c;
> template<typename T>
> class C : T
> class C<A> : A
> class E : C<A>
> Other than the fact the T is not reported as a base-class of C, C<A> is
> not reported as the base-class of E. It is reported as:
> class : E [base classes: C]
> namespace : %C<A> [instance scope] [builtin] [anonymous]
Use the command line option --real-instances if your classes inherit
from template instances. This enables the new parser mode, which
performs a better semantic analysis of templates, i.e. it internally
creates template instances, which has not been done in old mode.
> Also, class E is reported to have an attribute '%anon15'.
Ananymous attributes can be ignored. They are created for technical
reasons. Future version of Puma will probably store them differently.
> My only requirement is the correctly report all the base class and
> attribute names and types correctly. Any help in this area would be
> greatly appreciated.
Consider to buy commercial support for Puma or simply the tool you need
from www.pure-systems.com (contact at pure-systems.com). They have the
number 1 Puma expert and my time is strongly limited.
Anyway, it should work if you follow the advice above.
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