[kwlug-disc] Soure Code Analysis Tools
unsolicited at swiz.ca
Thu Dec 25 21:09:02 EST 2008
Seems to me Bob asked the same or similar question some long time ago
but I can't find the messages now.
In the meantime, would running stuff through an Italian to English
translation tool be at all useful / better than nothing?
What's the language of the source code? If it's C, is there a fair
chance that a 'strings' like utility will be able to ignore most of
the code? [May you be lucky and not have all the variables named per
local Italian slang.]
Converting and inserting English equivalents to Italian comments, then
checking it all back in to CVS so you don't lose it doesn't sound like
a lot of fun.
john at netdirect.ca wrote, On 12/25/2008 7:22 PM:
> Hi Guys,
> I'm faced with a small mass of source code that is badly documented and
> what is there is in Italian. It's spread across several directories and
> I'm not sure how, or if, the pieces interrelate.
> What open source tools can I used to analyze the source code and give me
> a way to visualize the hierarchy of functions?
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