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From: "Venkatraman Rajagopalan" <>
To: <>
Subject: FW: Question on C language typedef hierarchy generation for source navigator
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 22:54:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <000501c29062$fd332f20$> (raw)

I am not sure whether this is the mailing list to ask this question.
Incase this is not, please give me the mail list/group for queries on source

Binary used and platform
I have downloaded a pre-built binary of source navigator. Am using it
for projects which contain only .c and .h files. This is a project which
NOT involve C++ files. The PC has WinNT

However, when parsed by source navigator. It shows the typedefs as classes
and it does not show a graphical view of the typedef elements for more than
1 level
in the hierarchy browser. In the class window, it shows all elements of the
and their types.  Whereas it shows function call-trees properly in
the hierarchy browser.

Is the hierarchy browser valid only for C++ classes. How do we view the C
nested typedef / structure / element
hierarchy in source navigator.?

Any answer will be appreciated

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