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Re: Is there a way to restrict function calls (at compile time)?


nathan@codesourcery.com (Nathan Sidwell)  wrote on 24.10.05 in <435CA8DD.20902@codesourcery.com>:

> Lars Luthman wrote:
> > Is there a way, using GCC, to add 'properties' or 'flags' to C and C++
> > functions and generate warnings or error messages when a function with a
> > certain property (for example 'realtime safe') tries to call a function
> > that does not have that property?
>
> GCC does not have such a feature.

Hmm. Can "sparse" do that? I know it can follow data structures in  
different memory spaces ...

(That's the tool Linus wrote to check Linux kernel sources.)

MfG Kai


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