[chbot] Lazy software developers please read...
spencer.travers at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 03:20:49 BST 2014
I would tackle this with a Python script. Python will probably already be
installed on your Linux box. It is very good at recursively scanning
folders and processing files.
- Use os.walk() to iterate over the folder/file structure of your source.
- Open each file you are interested in (*.c/*.h).
- Use a regex to match functions/structs.
- Output modified file with templates inserted where appropriate.
On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 1:48 PM, Charles Manning <cdhmanning at gmail.com>
> I'm hoping there is a lazy (or efficient, if you prefer) software
> developer that can steer me in the right direction.
> I have approx 15000 lines of code that I need to add some more
> comments to. I am thinking of using doxygen for all the functions
> Does anyone know of a tool that can add doxygen headers to C
> I'm clearly not expecting the tool to figure out what the functions
> do, but it should be possible for such a tool to generate all the
> boring boilerplate stuff.
> First prize would be that it works under Linux.
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