unifdef  2.10 Description:

unifdef for Linux - Selectively remove C preprocessor conditionals with this CLI tool

unifdef is an open source command-line utility that lets users to selectively remove conditional C preprocessor directives, such as #ifdef and #if. unifdef is capable of removing both the enclosed code that the directives delimit and the directives. Users will be able to specify which symbols are undefined or defined using the -U and -D flags.


To conclude unifdef works on Linux operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to BSD License license. The download file is only 0.07 MB  in size.
unifdef was filed under the Tools category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 1.9/5 Score.
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Popularity 3.8/10 - Downloads - 88 - Score - 1.9/5

Category: Tools 
Publisher: Tony Finch
Last Updated: 03/07/2019
Requirements: Not specified
License: BSD License
Operating system: Linux
Hits: 192
File size: 0.07 MB 
Price: Not specified

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