C++ Source Transformation/Analysis Tool Needed

brannon@sapo.usc.edu (Terrence M. Brannon)
13 Feb 1996 00:07:42 -0500

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From: brannon@sapo.usc.edu (Terrence M. Brannon)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 13 Feb 1996 00:07:42 -0500
Organization: University of Southern California Neuroscience
Keywords: C++, question

I need a (C++-based) library which will take a compiled C++
application and allow me to search this application for its symbols
and once I have the list of symbols, query each symbol for its type
(ie, variable, constant, function).

The reason is I have written a C++-based neurosimulator and instead of
forcing the user to manually tie his (Tcl/Perl) code to C++, I would
like to scan the C++ for all scriptable components (ie, variables,
control flow) and present them to the user in a GUI.

Terrence Brannon, Neuroscience & Information Science Depts
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