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Reverse engineer a multiline typedef
« on: January 08, 2009, 09:54:57 pm »
Hello,
I have the following C++ multiline type definition:

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typedef SizedDataType<SizeMax,
                PaddingTypeLeadingZeroes,
                Truncation::Forbidden,
                TrimmingSchemeNumeric>        base_class_type;

When I reverse engineer it, I get this large display as 'additional parent' for the corresponding class on the class diagram, with a lot of useless blank spaces and a small square (not represented here) after each coma for the carriage return character:

SizedDataType<SizeMax,                PaddingTypeLeadingZeroes,                Truncation::Forbidden,                TrimmingSchemeNumeric>

How can I avoid that if I want to let my code in this format?
Thanks in advance,
Dams

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