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Question by dark_blue
Submitted on 3/3/2004
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I am looking for tools that discover and display link amongst c source files that show what h files or even what function calls are made from where and where they reside, something like a detailed dependency graph.

Can anyone help?


Answer by Bhas
Submitted on 5/20/2004
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U can use cscope.
First go to the source tree and create a file which stores the type of files u need.
For ex: u r doing c progg, u need .c,.h,.l,.y extension files.At the prompt use
$find . -name *.[chly] > allfiles
Then use the below command
$csope -i allfiles
Now a graphical editor u get with set of options.
Go throught cscope help to know the options.
Hope the above helps u.


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