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       ebrowse - create a class hierarchy database


       ebrowse [options] [FILES...]


       This   manual   page  documents  briefly  the  ebrowse  command.   Full
       documentation is available in the GNU Info format.

       ebrowse is used to create the database used by  the  class  browser  in


       The  program  follows  the  usual  GNU  command  line syntax, with long
       options starting with two dashes (‘-’).

       -a, --append
              append output to existing file

       -f, --files=FILES
              read input file names from FILE

       -I, --search-path=LIST
              set search path for input files

       -m, --min-regexp-length=N
              set minimum regexp length to N

       -M, --max-regexp-length=N
              set maximum regexp length to N

       -n, --no-nested-classes
              exclude nested classes

       -o, --output-file=FILE
              set output file name to FILE

       -p, --position-info
              print info about position in file

       -s, --no-structs-or-unions
              don’t record structs or unions

       -v, --verbose
              be verbose

       -V, --very-verbose
              be very verbose

       -x, --no-regexps
              don’t record regular expressions

       --help display this help

              display version info


       emacs(1), etags(1), and the full documentation  for  ebrowse  which  is
       maintained  as  a Texinfo manual.  If the info and ebrowse programs are
       properly installed at your site, the command

              info ebrowse

       should give you access to the complete manual.


       Ebrowse was written by Gerd Moellmann.


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