unifdef 2.10

Selectively remove C preprocessor conditionals with this CLI tool

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What's new in unifdef 2.10:

  • This version fixes a bug in the -f option's support for #undef directives and improves portability to Windows.
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Tony Finch
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ROOT \ Programming \ Preprocessors
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unifdef - The help menu of the unifdef software as viewed from the Linux Terminal
unifdef is an open source command-line utility that lets users to selectively remove conditional C preprocessor directives, such as #ifdef and #if.

unifdef is capable of removing both the enclosed code that the directives delimit and the directives. Users will be able to specify which symbols are undefined or defined using the -U and -D flags.

Last updated on January 8th, 2014

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