by David Capello
cppillr (cpluspiller) is an experimental tool to analyze C++ code.
This software is in beta stage, it's useless in its current state, so please don't expect stability or usefulness. Use it at your own risk.
cppiller [command] [-options...] [files...]
cppiller run file.cpp: Tries to compile and run the given
file.cppfile (and its dependencies)
cppiller docs: Creates a markdown file with the documentation of the given files (Doxygen-like?)
-filelist file.txt: The given file.txt must contain a list of files to be readed. It's like passing through the command line all the paths inside the given file.txt.
-showtokens: For debugging purposes: It shows the tokens of all input files.
-showincludes: For debugging purposes: It shows the #include files of all the input files.
-counttokens: Prints a counter of the read number of tokens.
-countlines: Prints a counter of the number of lines with tokens (non-blank lines).
-keywordstats: Prints a counter for each kind of token used in the input files.