[cfe-dev] libtooling: source location vs nested macros
klimek at google.com
Fri May 8 00:58:40 PDT 2015
On Fri, May 8, 2015 at 9:45 AM Miklos Vajna <vmiklos at vmiklos.hu> wrote:
> I'm trying to put together a tool based on libtooling that renames a
> class' member variable from the commandline.
> I got it to the level that it's useful in practice, but there is one
> case I can't handle: when the member variable is used in a macro that
> calls another macro.
> Here's how to use the tool:
> - Build it with 'make', then
> - bin/tool -dump -old-name=C::nX -new-name=m_nX test.cxx --
> If you replace the call to OUTER() to INNER() in test.cxx, then the
> rename is performed correctly. I guess it's something around how I call
> the source manager's getImmediateSpellingLoc(), but I'm not sure what's
I think the immediate spelling location is only one level - have you tried
just using the spelling location instead?
> the exact problem.
> Any ideas what I'm missing?
> I tested the code only with clang-3.5 that comes by default in openSUSE
> 13.2, if SVN trunk is different in this regard, please let me know. I'm
> attaching the Makefile, the tool itself and the test input.
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