|Tree analysis for C programs. email@example.com (Anne Trotin) (1994-05-20)|
|Re: Tree analysis for C programs. firstname.lastname@example.org) (1994-05-20)|
|Re: Tree analysis for C programs. email@example.com (1994-05-22)|
|Re: Tree analysis for C programs. firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-05-23)|
|From:||Anne Trotin <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Fri, 20 May 1994 08:37:20 GMT|
I need to make a tree of (big) C-ANSI programs for some further
formal controls such as invariant properties in loops for instance.
I'd like that tree to be built according to a C parser, and I'd also
like to achieve semantic analyses in order to generate nodes for
'cast' when necessary. Such things must have been done somewhere for
compilers... I've had a look at GCC, but it seems to be much too
complex for what I want to do. Furthermore, many optimizations are
achieved, the tree built during parsing is only done
statement-by-statement and then freed, and, more important, it is not
built for control structures such as loops or conditional expressions
If somebody can give me pointers to simple C-analyzers, or perhaps to
very old compilers (without any kind of optimization), or even only
advice... I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks a lot.
Anne TROTIN. 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
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