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ArgumentsAdjusters.h File Reference
#include "clang/Basic/LLVM.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringRef.h"
#include <functional>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
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Namespaces

 clang
 Dataflow Directional Tag Classes.
 
 clang::tooling
 

Typedefs

typedef std::vector< std::string > clang::tooling::CommandLineArguments
 A sequence of command line arguments. More...
 
typedef std::function< CommandLineArguments(const CommandLineArguments &, StringRef Filename)> clang::tooling::ArgumentsAdjuster
 A prototype of a command line adjuster. More...
 

Enumerations

enum  clang::tooling::ArgumentInsertPosition { clang::tooling::ArgumentInsertPosition::BEGIN, clang::tooling::ArgumentInsertPosition::END }
 

Functions

ArgumentsAdjuster clang::tooling::getClangSyntaxOnlyAdjuster ()
 Gets an argument adjuster that converts input command line arguments to the "syntax check only" variant. More...
 
ArgumentsAdjuster clang::tooling::getClangStripOutputAdjuster ()
 Gets an argument adjuster which removes output-related command line arguments. More...
 
ArgumentsAdjuster clang::tooling::getClangStripDependencyFileAdjuster ()
 Gets an argument adjuster which removes dependency-file related command line arguments. More...
 
ArgumentsAdjuster clang::tooling::getInsertArgumentAdjuster (const CommandLineArguments &Extra, ArgumentInsertPosition Pos)
 Gets an argument adjuster which inserts Extra arguments in the specified position. More...
 
ArgumentsAdjuster clang::tooling::getInsertArgumentAdjuster (const char *Extra, ArgumentInsertPosition Pos=ArgumentInsertPosition::END)
 Gets an argument adjuster which inserts an Extra argument in the specified position. More...
 
ArgumentsAdjuster clang::tooling::combineAdjusters (ArgumentsAdjuster First, ArgumentsAdjuster Second)
 Gets an argument adjuster which adjusts the arguments in sequence with the First adjuster and then with the Second one. More...