>> Hi. I have a tool for doing static program analysis of C programs,
>> but I would like to run it on a C++ program.
>Why not cough up the cash for a copy of Lint? It works on C++
That could help. Of course though, the static analysis he's
interested in may not be lint'y kinds of things.
>> I don't need to compile
>> the resulting code, just run it through this static analysis tool.
>> The output doesn't even need to be readable.
>Good, because it won't be.
>> Is there any compiler
>> that will do this that I don't have to spend a lot for?
>C-Front type compilers can do this. But what they spew out will be an
Right, it's not necessarily intended for people.
>Some others too, I think.
As you know, Comeau C++ generates C too, is an active product,
extremely up to date, and customizing such things is part of
what we do, unlike many of the others.
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