Re: Reduced call graph

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On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 5:12 AM, Christopher Li <sparse@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In order to find out all the call graphs, you need to at least run
> very file in sparse. Then for each function, after linearization, you
> can find out all the "call" instruction. A easier but not so precise
> way is examine the "access" list in the entry point. That will
> include every symbol rather than just function called.
> e.g.
>                struct entrypoint *ep;
>                pseudo_t p;
>                expand_symbol(sym);
>                ep = linearize_symbol(sym);
>                FOR_EACH_PTR(ep->accesses, p) {
>                        printf("   pseudo: %p type %d %s\n", p, p->type, show_pseudo(p));
>                } END_FOR_EACH_PTR(p);
> You just filter out the non-function symbols. However you need to write
> some code to do that recursively.

Thanks. Can I trace function callbacks too? I think it involves
keeping track of callbacks until they are called..
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