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From: Jeff Henrikson <jehenrik@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] generating a call-graph
> Does anyone know a way of generating a call-graph from a set of ocaml
> sources?  What I want to do is, at a minimum, get a list of all the
> functions that could be called as a result of a given function 
> invocation.
>  Essentially, I'm looking for dependency information on the 
> function-call
> level, similar to what ocamldep provides on the module level.

I have a tree walker function generator for caml expressions in camlp4 
that would make short work of this.  But I don't know how to get an 
MLast datum for an entire file.  Anybody know how to do this?  It seems 
that MLast.The following does not work:

Grammar.Entry.parse str_item (Stream.of_string
   "let f x = x*x;; let g x = x+x;;");;

(It stops at the semicolon and returns just the f definition.)


Jeff Henrikson


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