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ig-cpp 0.1.9

A tool to visualize include graphs for C++ projects

# :fireworks: ig

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<img src="extra/graph.gif">

<code>ig</code> is a tool to interactively visualize include graphs for C++ projects

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## Overview

Point `ig` at any directory containing C++ source or header files and it will
construct a full graph of all includes, serve you a local website and visualize
the graph interactively with [sigma.js](, for you to admire.

Usage is very easy:

$ ig -o include

will inspect the folder `include`, serve a website on `localhost:8080` and even
open your browser for you. The full set of options currently include:

usage: ig [-h] [--pattern PATTERNS] [-i PREFIXES] [-v] [-p PORT] [-o] [-j]
[-d DIRECTORY] [--relation {includes,included-by}]
[--min-degree MIN_DEGREE] [--group-granularity GROUP_GRANULARITY]
[--full-path] [--colors COLORS] [--color-variation COLOR_VARIATION]
[--color-alpha-min COLOR_ALPHA_MIN]
directories [directories ...]

Visualize C++ include graphs

positional arguments:
directories The directories to look at

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--pattern PATTERNS The file (glob) patterns to look for
An include path for headers to recognize
-v, --verbose Whether to turn on verbose output
-p PORT, --port PORT The port to serve the visualization on
-o, --open Whether to open the webpage immediately
-j, --json Whether to print the graph JSON and not serve it
The directory to store the served files in. Ifnot
supplied, a temporary directory is created.
--relation {includes,included-by}
The relation of edges in the graph
--min-degree MIN_DEGREE
The initial minimum degree nodes should have to be
--group-granularity GROUP_GRANULARITY
How coarse to group nodes (by folder)
--full-path If set, shows the full path for nodes
--colors COLORS The base RGB colors separated by commas
--color-variation COLOR_VARIATION
The variation in RGB around the base colors
--color-alpha-min COLOR_ALPHA_MIN
The minimum alpha value for colors

But does it scale? It scales quite well. The graph you see above is the include
graph for the entire LLVM and clang codebase, which spans more than 5,000 files
and 1.5M LOC. Note that the visualization also includes sliders to group nodes
by folder and filter out low-degree nodes.

## Installation

Get it with pip:

$ pip install ig-cpp

Works with Python 2 and 3.

## Examples

Who ever said C++ was an ugly language?

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<img src="extra/llvm-adt.png">



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<img src="extra/tf.png">



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<img src="extra/libcxx.png">

<b>libc++ (the standard library)</b>


## Authors

[Peter Goldsborough]( + [cat](
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