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Parse api and api groups from sources

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apiparse
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Parse the patterns of apis of each module

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Purpose
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This program is used to list all the basic building block apis in
sources or files to understand the fundamental complexity of the program
development. The basic devleoquestion to be answered:
- How may threads? types of threads/processes?
- How much memory? Greedy and non-greedy memory allocation?
- Atomic Locks and thread synchronization?
- System APIs used?

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Usage
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Command Line
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Usage: python -m apiparse

Options:
--version show program's version number and exit
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-a, --showall Show all apis
-g APIGROUP, --group=APIGROUP
api groups:
-p, --showpath list file xtension paths
-f FILENAME, --file=FILENAME
filename
-d DESTNDIR, --destn=DESTNDIR
Destination Directory
-t, --tree Show Directory Tree


API
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.. code-block::
import apiparse
f = apiparse.apiparse.funcnode()
f.showapis()

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