C source code to flow chart

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Hi,
I need a Windows app to convert AVR C source code to a flow chart. Can someone help, please!
Thx, S.G.

Real men don't use backups, they post their stuff on a public ftp server and let the rest of the world make copies.

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http://www.ade-hall.co.uk/ perhaps?

(isn't the usual plan to draw the flowcharts BEFORE the software? ;-))

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clawson wrote:
http://www.ade-hall.co.uk/ perhaps?

(isn't the usual plan to draw the flowcharts BEFORE the software? ;-))

Yes, but I got a piece of app from someone who left our company... I can barely understand his code... so, I decided to go for a reverse engineering :(

Thx!

Real men don't use backups, they post their stuff on a public ftp server and let the rest of the world make copies.

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Ooh nasty - been there.

(BTW nice to see you back Stanley - it's a while since you posted?)

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Where I used to work I had to port an application that was developed on a PC to a 16-bit DSP. The code was very badly structured so I insisted that the original programmer rewrote it properly before I did any work on it.

Leon Heller G1HSM

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There is a call tree generator called cxt at simtel.com as I recall... there are commercial doc generators/formatters/translators. Tradeoff is a couple weeks work whacking and hacking or the same amt of money spent on a commercial package?

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