Thread: Anyone know a good command line tool for call hierarchy?

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    Anyone know a good command line tool for call hierarchy?


    I was wondering if anyone knew of a command line tool for analyzing C source code and generating a call hierarchy. I'm looking for something like a more powerful version of cflow, which cannot expand macros.

    Whenever I try to use CFlow on the MPlayer source code, it has issues with lack of macro expansion and typedefs on structs. This is with the -cpp option, but the preprocessing just looks in include files and doesn't expand macros.


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    My quick thoughts were for cTags or cScope but then you may need to google this your self a bit.

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