|Cobra||Interactive Query Language||cpp|
NAMEcpp — show callers and callees of a given function
cpp on cpp off
DESCRIPTIONEnables or disables preprocessing of the source files that were specified on the command-line. Preprocessing is performed only once, if the command is repeatedly used to disable and re-enable preprocessing.
If the commandline flag -nocpp was used (which matches the default setting of not using preprocessing), this is interpreted as an override command that prevents preprocessing from being turned on (e.g., in scripts) interactively. So in that case the command cpp on trigger a warning and have no effect.
: cpp off : m isspace : p : cpp on : m isspace : p
NOTESWhen the preprocessing mode is changed, the set of current marks and ranges also changes to a new set. When changing back to the previous preprocessing mode, the earlier marks and ranges are restored.
Preprocessing is normally done in parallel on the number of cores that was defined. On cygwin, however, the preprocessing steps are currently done sequentially to avoid a platform-specific problem.
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|(Last Updated: 8 May 2017)|