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A single utility shell script for tying various C programmers' tools together will eliminate the need for a programmer independently calling each tool.
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C Programmers Workbench Utility
A single utility shell script for tying various C programmers' tools together will
eliminate the need for a programmer independently calling each tool.
These tools include a C compiler, source beautifier, lint syntatic checker, a
source listing correlator, a cross reference tool, a source and comment line
counter, and a object size determinator. A great deal of programmer interaction
with a system is necessary to produce a listing of source code and to obtain an
object module. Also, a source listing with error messages in line and other tools'
(lint, xref, etc...) output formatted in an appropriate fashion will benefit the C
The shell script calls the various C tools. The programmer need only to
specify the command, desired options, and the C source files to initiate calls.
The options are a vehicle by which the programmer can communicate with the
utility, and tools to use on the source can be specified. A verbose mode can be
invoked for informing the programmer of which stage of the compile/listing
process the utility is now performing. The programmer can select or change the
default mode of operation via the options. Debug output can be compiled into
programs. Source listings are formatted in an easy to read fashion.
The utility provides the programmer another layer of insulation from the
compile/listing process. It greatly reduces the amount of interaction with the
system for compiling programs. A specially formatted...