Dokumentation zu: include_list(E)

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        #include <include_list.h>

        string * include_list()
        string * include_list(object ob)
        string * include_list(object ob, int flags)

        Return information about all files included into the compilation
        of <ob>, including <ob> program's own filename.
        If <ob> is omitted, it defaults to the current object.

        In the resulting array(s), the information for one include file takes
        up three elements:

          string [i+0]: the name as it appeared in the program, including the
                        delimiters ("" or <>, resp.).
          string [i+1]: the absolute filename of the include file.
          int    [i+2]: the inclusion depth (usually 1, more for nested

        The first entry in the result is the program's own name in [i+0],
        the other two elements [i+1] and [i+2] are 0.

        The <flag> determines the exact structure of the result:

        <flag> = INCLIST_FLAT (0, default):
          The result is a flat array of the entries, starting the with
          the entry for <ob> itself, followed by the entries for all
          included files in the order they were encountered.

        <flag> = INCLIST_TREE (1):
          The result is an array starting the with the entry
          of <ob> itself, followed by the entries for all directly included
          files. If one of the included files has no nested includes by itself,
          then its information will be stored directly in the array.
          If one included file has includes by itself, a subvector will
          be created and stored in the result vector (again in [i+0], with
          [i+1] and [i+2] being 0). These subvectors have the same
          structure as the main result vector.

        If objects, including <ob>, had been undergone a replace_program(),
        the returned filenames will reflect the actual active program.

        The returned proper include filenames always begin with '/' (absolute
        path), even when the parser runs in COMPAT mode. The filename of
        the object itself however does not begin with a '/' in COMPAT

        Given this source code (and /sys as system include directory):

          a.c:  #include "b.h"
                #include <c.h>
          b.h:  #include "d.h"
          c.h:  #define BAR
          d.h:  #define FOO

        the efun will give these results:

          include_list(a, INCLIST_FLAT)
            -> ({ "a.c", 0, 0
                , "\"b.h\"", "/.../b.h", 1
                , "\"d.h\"", "/.../d.h", 2
                , "<c.h>",   "/sys/c.h", 1

          include_list(a, INCLIST_TREE)
            -> ({ "a.c", 0, 0
                , ({ "\"b.h\"", "/.../b.h", 1
                   , "\"d.h\"", "/.../d.h", 2
                  }), 0, 0
                , "<c.h>",   "/sys/c.h", 1

        Implemented in LDMud 3.2.9/3.3.128.

        debug_info(E), inherit_list(E)

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