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Manual Reference Pages  -  CGRAPH (1)

NAME

cgraph - build call graphs from C files

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Examples
Exit Status
See Also
Bugs
Authors

SYNOPSIS

cgraph [-AcCGgPr] [-d num] [-i incl] [-R root] []

DESCRIPTION

The cgraph utility reads C source code files and prints call graphs from their contents.

OPTIONS

The following options are supported:
-A Exclude ANSI C keywords. All globals and functions defined by the ANSI C standard are ignored.
-c Print all calls within a function, including subsequent invocations of the same function.
-C Exclude C99 keywords. All globals and functions defined by the C99 standard are ignored. This does not include the ANSI C standard, but only new keywords of the C99 standard.
-d num The depth at which the graph is cut off. The num argument must be a positive integer >=0.
-G Exclude GCC specific keywords. All keywords defined and used by the GNU C compiler are ignored.
-g Produce a dot(1) graph for graphviz output.
-i incl
  Increase the number of included symbols. The incl argument can be one of the following characters:
x Include external and static data symbols.
_ Include names that begin with an underscore.
-P Exclude POSIX keywords. All globals and functions defined by the -p1003.1-2001 specification are ignored. This does not include the ANSI C or C99 standards, but keywords of the -p1003.1-2001 specification.
-r Print the flowgraph in reversed order, producing an inverted listing showing the callers of each function.
-R root The function to use as root function. The default is "main". If set to a name, that cannot be found in the file, all functions are printed.

EXAMPLES

TODO

EXIT STATUS


.Ex -std

SEE ALSO

cflow(1), asmgraph(1)

BUGS

The cgraph utility does not process any macro substitution, preprocessor conditions like #ifdef or #include directives, thus some calls within macros and function declarations within header files are not processed correctly. Use the cflow(1) utility if you want to have a better control over the flowgraph.

AUTHORS


.An Marcus von Appen Aq marcus@sysfault.org
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