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Get a list of variables declared in a large codebase

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We need a list of all variables, static and extern in a code base.

I think gcc has an option to produce this list.

Can you help, What are the options.
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use ld's  -Map mapfile   option
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nm file ...

works on objects, binaries and libs
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