10 Jun 2005 stefan   » (Master)

After almost a year since the last release, I just announced version 0.8 of synopsis.

Synopsis is slowly shifting from a soure code documentation tool akin to doxygen to a full-blown code introspection tool, with a variety of code representations, useful for different types of software analysis, or even source-to-source translation.

In particular, this release contains a new C parser, which might be useful to people writing language bindings for, say, GNOME. Let's see whether they are interested...

The hardest part is still, of course, parsing C++. Thus I'm quite proud to be able to point at a cross-referenced view of boost code.

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