|Looking for special C++ parsing tool firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-05-04)|
|Re: Looking for special C++ parsing tool email@example.com (Manoj Plakal) (1997-05-08)|
|Re: Looking for special C++ parsing tool firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-08-28)|
|Re: Looking for special C++ parsing tool email@example.com (1997-09-12)|
|Date:||28 Aug 1997 00:34:17 -0400|
|Organization:||BellSouth ATG lab|
> I am looking for a program or source code (which can be compiled into
> a program) that will do the following. Parse C++ code, and enable me
> to add any code I want at specific places in the code (like at the
> start and end of every method/function).
Yes. My company has done this for 'C', and we can certainly extend
the capability to C++. We call the code that you insert
"instrumentation", and you have the ability to insert this
"instrumentation" anywhere you like. Choosing the beginning and/or
ending of functions is certainly a pertinent place to insert such
Of course we can't extend our current tool for free, but we don't
necessarily require $. For example, if you're developing a tool for
the commercial market, we would entertain contributing software at no
charge, in return for a stake in the final product.
Let us know if you have an interest in what we're proposing...
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