|Subject:||Is there caller-like function in gcc?|
|Date:||Fri, 2 Jan 2009 04:29:29 -0800 PST|
Hello. I write both in gcc and perl. You must know perl has a nice function `caller.' It sometimes very useful, for example, we can log callers of particular function, we can break only when particular caller calls particular function. we can do both without modifying callers. But I cannot find caller-like function provided by gcc. Is it missing? Is it too hard for the gcc's authors to implement it?
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