Re: stack overflow at compile time

Nitin Gupta <nitin@CoWare.com>
27 Apr 2006 23:33:18 -0400

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From: Nitin Gupta <nitin@CoWare.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 27 Apr 2006 23:33:18 -0400
Organization: CoWare, Inc
References: 06-04-157
Keywords: storage, analysis

Hi Jatin,
One of the important scenario that you left is indirect function call
through function pointer.


There are tools like the Infineon TriCore SDA (Stack Depth Analyzer) and
others from Absint (www.absint.com/stackanalyzer)(I am sure there will be
others too)
I know about the Infineon tool, which identifies recursion, indirect
recursions and indirect function calls.
It calculates the stack requirement of an application statically by
getting user inputs.


Hope this helps.


Best Regards,
Nitin Gupta


Jatin Bhateja wrote:


    Hi,


    Is it possible at compile time to know whether there is a possibility of
    stack overflow at run time? I feel that to some extent it is possible.


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