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Looking for a tool to create a function call cross ref. list\table\graph

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I a looking for a tool that creates a cross reference table for all global functions, and optionally class methods. That is, for each function, which function(s) does it call and what function(s) is it called by.

A visual directed graph is a 'nice to have' but a table, or even a sorted list will do. It would be nice if I can select the scope: within one or a subset of source files (incl. all source files).I use W2K(SP4) and VS2005 Pro for C/C++ programming. (It is hard to believe but this major IDE can't produce such a fundamental list, something that compilers from decades ago could.).

I installed Doxygen + GraphViz, which is suppose to produce such graphs but it didn't and w/o explanation.

Thanks
Jun 25 '07 #1
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weaknessforcats
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Too hard to do. One function can call another function which calls three functions each if which calls four functions.

I don't understand why you need this. I never have.
Jun 25 '07 #2

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If you have a unix box available: have a look at the cref utility.

kind regards,

Jos
Jun 25 '07 #3

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