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Re: [bug-cflow] Help, please! I want to analyse ALL functions in a set o
Re: [bug-cflow] Help, please! I want to analyse ALL functions in a set of C files.
Sun, 10 Feb 2019 20:24:05 +0200
I have uploaded to alpha.gnu.org cflow version 1.5.90 .
This version implements the new option "--all", which instructs cflow
to output separate flow graphs for each top-level function defined in
the program. The "top-level" here means a function not reachable from
any other function in the program (functions reachable from another ones
will appear in the output anyway).
If the code does contain the "main" function, the graph for that
function will appear first, followed by graphs for the rest of
The graphs are ordered alphabetically by their top-level function name.
The new option "--no-main" deprives the main function of its special
status, forcing its graph to appear among others in the alphabetical
This version also includes a set of improvements in the C parser.
I'd appreciate any feedback.