It is very very useful to know "which functions modify a variable".
[variable: noun. member of structure or global variable]
when in the ncc analysis is detected that a variable is definitelly
modified, that is reported accordingly. There are of course cases
where a variable is indirectly modified and it can't be detected.
Such a case which escapes ncc analysis is for example:
*(&x) = 3;
nccnav is used explore the output of ncc in a convenient manner for
INSTALL & EXTERNAL VIEWER
As of version 1.3 of ncc, nccnav can invoke an external viewer to browse
To install nccnav, copy the file nccnav to /usr/bin.
Then make a symbolic link nccnavi -> nccnav
If called as "nccnav" the source code will be viewed with "less".
If called as "ncc
New in 2.8
- ncc now will automatically strip nccout files (this will work if
Python is installed). Except from less space, in the previous
versions under certain circumstances the nccout files could grow
- fixed a segfault in link mode without any .c or .o files provided
(just an .s file for example)
- The temporary filename that is used to view functions wit
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The intent of this document is to state the conditions under whi
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