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Expand​CMacro

by pl-ca MacLinux ALL

Sublime Text 3 plugin that expands C/C++ macros.

Labels Expand, Macro, Expansion, C, C++

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ExpandCMacro

Sublime Text 3 plugin that expands C/C++ macros. Currently only works on Linux/OS X

Example

#include <stdio.h>


#define PRINT_2(MSG, ARGS...) printf(MSG, ##ARGS);
#define PRINT(MSG,ARGS...) PRINT_2(MSG,##ARGS)
#define MACRO(X)                                              \
{                                                             \
    if (1)                                                    \
        PRINT("this is a test %d\n", X)                       \
    else                                                      \
        PRINT("---- %s -----\n", "this is another test")      \
}

int main()
{
    MACRO(25)
    return 0;
}

Executing the command on the line MACRO(25) will result in following output

{ if (1) printf("this is a test %d\n", 25); else printf("---- %s -----\n", "this is another test"); }`

Installation

  1. Install “clang” or “gcc”.
  2. Clone this repository and put it in your Sublime's packages directory (only if installing manually from GitHub).
  3. Edit the settings to your needs.
  4. Default key bindings are: “ctrl-alt-z” to put result output panel.
  5. To modify those bindings, simply edit “Default (OSX).sublime-keymap” or its linux counterpart.

Settings

  • include_dirs: List of directories where relevant header files are located
  • compiler: Use gcc or clang to get result
  • other_flags: You can define compile time macros here with “-D DEFINE_SOMETHING”