|Search for a smarter C cross reference. email@example.com (1989-06-01)|
|Re: Search for a smarter C cross reference. mmengel@cuuxb.ATT.COM (1989-06-02)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (John B. Hampton)|
|Keywords:||xref, C, cross reference, wanted, help|
|Date:||1 Jun 89 17:51:36 GMT|
|Organization:||BNR Inc., RTP, NC|
At BNR we have a "cross reference" facility for a proprietary language that,
among other things, will produce sizes of data items, offsets from
module-local "0", and running totals thereof. I would appreciate knowing
of a similar xref for the C language. Criteria are:
o Need source for the xref itself in C or executables runnable on
Sun 4 and HP 9000/300.
o The sizes and offsets should appear within a "normal" (cxref-
type) cross reference listing along with other info.
o Would be nice to have running totals in a listing beside the
pertinent data items.
Thanks in advance.
John Hampton (rti!bnrunix!jbh), 919-991-8146
BNR, Inc. POB 13478 RTP, NC 27709
[I suppose you could try to munge together the output of cxref and an "nm"
of the compiled version, but it'd be an interesting challenge. -John]
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