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CentOS 7.0 - man page for fixincludes (centos section 1)

FIXINCLUDES(1)					   [FIXME: manual]				       FIXINCLUDES(1)

fixincludes - Reduce the number of #includes in KDE source files
fixincludes [-v, --verbose] [-e, --experimental] [-m, --modify] [file] [--help]
fixincludes tries to reduce the number of #includes in C++ source files. Much of it's processing is specific to KDE sources and so it might not work so well with sources for non-KDE applications. The following problems are identified by fixincludes: o Including headers that are no longer supported but which exist for compatibility with older Qt/KDE versions; o Including the same file multiple times. There is also an experimental mode which tries removing each #include one at a time (with a few exceptions) to see whether the source still compiles. Note that this experimental mode will modify the original sources. By default the sources will not be modified; the identified problems will simply be written to standard output. The list of C++ sources to examine should be given on the command-line. If no files are given, all C++ sources in or beneath the current directory will be examined (with the exception of directories whose Makefile.am contains -UQT_NO_COMPAT or -UKDE_NO_COMPAT) This utility is part of the KDE Software Development Kit.
-v, --verbose Verbose mode. Additional debugging output is written to standard output. -e, --experimental Experimental mode, as described above in detail. Note that this option implies --modify. -m, --modify As well as writing messages to standard output, actually modify the original sources to fix any problems that were found.
fixincludes was written by Dirk Mueller <mueller@kde.org>.
Ben Burton <bab@debian.org> Author. [FIXME: source] April 7, 2003 FIXINCLUDES(1)

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