|Function Referencing in C firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-06-29)|
|Re: Function Referencing in C email@example.com (1993-06-30)|
|Re: Function Referencing in C synaptx!thymus!daveg@uunet.UU.NET (Dave Gillespie) (1993-06-30)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric Martinson)|
|Keywords:||C, tools, question, comment|
|Organization:||Integrated Measurement Systems, Inc.|
|Date:||Tue, 29 Jun 1993 17:17:47 GMT|
We are looking for a tool that will allow us to scan many (very many) C
source files to determine which functions are no longer used. A very
detailed cross referencing program could probably do the job.
Any feedback would be appreciated.
Eric C. Martinson Integrated Measurement Systems
email@example.com|(503) 626-7117 A Subsidiary of Cadence Design Systems
[If you're compiling them on a Unix system, I've often hacked up a little
cross-referencer which uses nm, sort, and some awk scripts to produce an
xref of who calls who. Doesn't address the issue of intra-module calls,
though. I'd think that pretty much any C function cross-referencer would
be able to give you what you need. -John]
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