Difference between revisions of "Header Guard plugin"

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Adds a header guard to every <tt>.h</tt> file that doesn't have one when saving. Filenames are hashed to a 64-bit hex number to support umlaut characters (and Kanji, Cyrillic, or whatever) regardless of file encoding, and regardless of what's legal as a C/C++ macro name.
 
Adds a header guard to every <tt>.h</tt> file that doesn't have one when saving. Filenames are hashed to a 64-bit hex number to support umlaut characters (and Kanji, Cyrillic, or whatever) regardless of file encoding, and regardless of what's legal as a C/C++ macro name.
  
The Header Guard plugin is included in Code::Blocks' source code (<tt>[http://svn.berlios.de/wsvn/codeblocks/trunk/src/plugins/headerguard/ src/plugins/headerguard/]</tt>), however, it is not built by default.
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The Header Guard plugin is included in Code::Blocks' source code (<tt>[http://svn.berlios.de/wsvn/codeblocks/trunk/src/plugins/headerguard/ src/plugins/headerguard/]</tt>), however, it is not built by default to prevent unexpected behavior.

Revision as of 14:38, 29 October 2011

Header Guard
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Version: 0.1.1

Adds a header guard to every .h file that doesn't have one when saving. Filenames are hashed to a 64-bit hex number to support umlaut characters (and Kanji, Cyrillic, or whatever) regardless of file encoding, and regardless of what's legal as a C/C++ macro name.

The Header Guard plugin is included in Code::Blocks' source code (src/plugins/headerguard/), however, it is not built by default to prevent unexpected behavior.