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Doug Smith <[log in to unmask]>
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Doug Smith <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 18 Aug 1998 12:04:28 -0400
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If it's not too inconvenient, you could use WebAda. Paste your code
into the edit form, save, then compile. The result is a hyperlinked
listing (also linked to the predefined packages):

  http://sw-eng.falls-church.va.us/AdaIC/compilers/webada/

If you want to modify the code to make it more batch oriented to
run on you own platform, there should be enough tips along with the
source at:

  http://sw-eng.falls-church.va.us/AdaIC/compilers/webada/developers/

Have Fun,
Doug
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703-742-8662

At 11:42 AM -0400 8/18/98, Kester, Rush W. wrote:
>I'm looking for a tool to producing a cross-reference of where, in a set of
>Ada units, objects declared in package specifications or bodies (aka
>variables) are referenced (assigned or read).
>
>Does anyone know where such a tool is available?  Alternative the location
>of a similar tool that I could modify to this purpose.
>
>Thanks, Rush Kester
>P.S.  I know that global variables are "poor style."  I didn't write the
>code, I'm just trying to understand it!

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