'Cxref' produces documentation (in LaTeX, HTML, RTF or SGML) including cross-references from C program source code. It works for ANSI C, including most gcc extensions. The documentation for the program is produced from comments in the code that are appropriately formatted. The cross referencing comes from the code itself and requires no extra work. Documentation is produced for files, functions, variables, #include, #define, and type definitions. Cross referencing is performed for files, #include, variables, and functions.
DocumentationUser README available in HTML format from http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/cxref/README.html; User README available in PostScript format from http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/cxref/README.ps; User README available in plain text format from http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/cxref/README; User FAQ available in HTML format from http://www.gedanken.demon.co.uk/cxref/FAQ.html
released on 22 January 2014
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|GPLv2||Janet Casey||1 October 2004|
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|Andrew M. Bishop||Maintainer|
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