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Re: Call Tree Generator

In article <MPG.121bc33671cb20f1989887@news.frii.com>,
  davidf@dfanning.com (David Fanning) wrote:
> Calvin King (cking@sandia.gov) writes:
> > Is there a program that looks at an IDL procedure/function and
> > the call tree? I inherited a large number of IDL programs for a
> > I am going through the programs one at a time starting at the
> > top-on-down to make sure I have all of the necessary programs before
> > compilation and use. Just to make sure I am explaining myself
> > the top level program A calls programs B and C; B calls D, E, and F;
> > C calls G, H, I, and J, and so on... Is there an automated way to
> > sure I have all of the programs: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and so
> >
> > Thanks, in advance, for any pointers!
> Start a fresh IDL session. Compile your top-level program.
> Now type Resolve_All. If you get error messages, you don't
> have all the programs. :-)
> You will know which ones you need: the ones Resolve_All
> can't find.
> Cheers,
> David
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Does it catch really everything?

Also, how about resolving all of an object's calls?  I did not quite
understand the documentation.



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