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Version 1.6

Item posted by Sergey Poznyakoff <gray> on Sat 23 Feb 2019 12:54:03 PM UTC.

Version 1.6 is available for download. New in this version:

New option --all (-A)

Produce graphs for all global functions in the program.  Use this
option if your program contains functions which are not directly
reachable from main().

The output consist of separate flow graphs for each global function
defined in the program.  These graphs will be placed after the graph
for main() (if it exists), and will be ordered lexicographically by
the function name.

New option --no-main

This option has the same effect as '--all', except that the graph for
main() function (if it exists) is treated same way as all the other
graphs, i.e. it will not be placed at the top of output, but in its
place as per the lexicographic ordering of function names.

No messages in Version 1.6


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