|tool for listing function callers email@example.com (Antoine Trux) (1999-06-06)|
|Re: tool for listing function callers firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill A.) (1999-06-12)|
|Re: tool for listing function callers email@example.com (Albert Pomortsev) (1999-06-19)|
|From:||"Bill A." <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||12 Jun 1999 21:28:35 -0400|
|Organization:||Posted via RemarQ Communities, Inc.|
This may not yield 100% accurate results because functions may be
called through pointers which are calculated at run-time (e..g, an
array of pointers to functions). Also, virtual member functions
complicate things since those functions that are overridden are not
called in some classes but may be called in others that didn't
override the function.
Antoine Trux wrote in message 99-06-034...
>I would need a tool that does the following:
> 1) A C++ program "P" (e.g., a set of C++ source files that make up a
> 2) A function, "F", in that program.
> The list of callers of F, callers of the callers, etc., recursively.
>One could build such a tool with a C++ parser, but is there something ready
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