Source code cross referencing tools?

Richard A. Cini rcini at optonline.net
Tue Jul 31 18:01:20 CDT 2007


This list is a mix of both on-topic and off-topic stuff. If you notice the
email alias it was sent to, it went to the "both" list. There had been talk
of separating the lists but one still feeds the other. Believe me, I don't
want to be the catalyst or the target of scorn at all.

Now that I'm on the defensive, the relevance is that this tool is being used
to analyze source code of a program that's part of a 6502-based emulation
project I'm working on. I believe that the 6502 qualifies as "classic" and
so does "emulation of old machines".

I didn't feel it necessary to justify the need for the info (to which no
less than 10 people have responded with very helpful links and pointers --
thanks) since (1) it is for a classic-related project and (2) I've been on
this list since 1998 and the UWash days and people know I don't ask
meaningless, time-wasting questions. I feel I can ask an occasional question
of one of the most knowledgeable group of technology people I know.

Sorry to have bothered you. Thanks.

Rich

--
Rich Cini
Collector of Classic Computers
Build Master and lead engineer, Altair32 Emulator
http://www.altair32.com
http://highgate.comm.sfu.ca/~rcini/classiccmp





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