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NAME - manual page for 6.0-2

SYNOPSIS [options] [filename] ... < <output from include-what-you-use script>


              OR -s [other options] <filename> ... reads the output from the include-what-you-use script on stdin -- run with
       --v=1 (default) verbose or above -- and, unless --sort_only  or  --dry_run  is  specified,
       modifies  the  files  mentioned  in  the  output,  removing  their  old #include lines and
       replacing them with the lines given by the include_what_you_use script.  It also sorts the
       #include and forward-declare lines.

       All  files mentioned in the include-what-you-use script are modified, unless filenames are
       specified on the commandline, in which case only those files are modified.

       The exit code is the number of files that were modified (or  that  would  be  modified  if
       --dry_run was specified) unless that number exceeds 100, in which case 100 is returned.


       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -b, --blank_lines
              Put  a  blank  line  between  primary  header  file and C/C++ system #includes, and
              another blank line between system #includes and google #includes [default]


              Put comments after the #include lines


              Do not remove unused #includes/fwd-declares from header files; just  add  new  ones


       -s, --sort_only
              Just sort #includes of files listed on cmdline; do not add or remove any #includes

       -n, --dry_run
              Do  not  actually edit any files; just print diffs.  Return code is 0 if no changes
              are needed, else min(the number of files that would be modified, 100)

     will  skip  editing  any  file  whose  name  matches  this  regular

              Sort  #includes for current project separately from all other #includes.  This flag
              specifies the root directory of the current  project.  If  the  value  is  "<tld>",
              #includes  that  share  the  same top-level directory are assumed to be in the same
              project.  If not specified, project #includes will be sorted with other  non-system

              Internal flag used by, It should be the command line used to invoke

       -m, --keep_iwyu_namespace_format
              Keep forward-declaration namespaces in IWYU format, eg. namespace n1 { namespace n2
              { class c1; } }. Do  not  convert  to  "normalized"  Google  format:  namespace  n1
              {\nnamespace n2 {\n class c1;\n}\n}.