Re: How to determine header dependencies for -dev packages
And thus spake Sverker Wiberg, on Wed, May 20, 1998 at 02:53:39PM +0200:
> Shaleh <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Is there an easy way to determine header dependencies? Anyone header
> > could include many others. Or do I have to open up each header and
> > track down which package it is included in?
> Here's a piece of plumbing I put together in five minutes:
> bash$ gcc -E frobozz.c | grep "^# " | cut -d\ -f3 | sort | uniq
> It only shows you the collapsed dependencies, not the tree-structure
> you might want. Also, you should also add in whatever defines (the -D
> flag) you usually have.
Any real reason not to use gcc -M to generate this same thing?
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