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clang-include-fixer - manual page for clang-include-fixer 12


USAGE: clang-include-fixer [options] <source0> [... <sourceN>]


Generic Options:

--help - Display available options (--help-hidden for more)

--help-list - Display list of available options (--help-list-hidden for more)

--version - Display the version of this program

Tool options:

--db=<value> - Specify input format

- Hard-coded mapping
- Yaml database created by find-all-symbols
- Yaml database, with fuzzy-matched names

--extra-arg=<string> - Additional argument to append to the compiler command line

--extra-arg-before=<string> - Additional argument to prepend to the compiler command line

--input=<string> - String to initialize the database

--insert-header=<string> - Insert a specific header. This should run with STDIN mode.
The result is written to stdout. It is currently used for editor integration. Support YAML/JSON format:
FilePath: "/path/to/", QuerySymbolInfos: [
{RawIdentifier: foo,
Range: {Offset: 0, Length: 3}}
HeaderInfos: [ {Headers: "\"foo_a.h\"",
QualifiedName: "a::foo"} ]}"

--minimize-paths - Whether to minimize added include paths

--output-headers - Print the symbol being queried and all its relevant headers in
JSON format to stdout:
"FilePath": "/path/to/", "QuerySymbolInfos": [
{"RawIdentifier": "foo",
"Range": {"Offset": 0, "Length": 3}}
"HeaderInfos": [ {"Header": "\"foo_a.h\"",
"QualifiedName": "a::foo"} ]

-p=<string> - Build path

-q - Reduce terminal output

--query-symbol=<string> - Query a given symbol (e.g. "a::b::foo") in
database directly without parsing the file.
--stdin - Override source file's content (in the overlaying
virtual file system) with input from <stdin> and run the tool on the new content with the compilation options of the source file. This mode is currently used for editor integration.
--style=<string> - Fallback style for reformatting after inserting new
headers if there is no clang-format config file found.
July 2021 clang-include-fixer 12