csdf/tools/sdf3analysis/sdf3analysis.cc File Reference

#include "sdf3analysis.h"
#include "sdf/sdf.h"
#include "csdf/csdf.h"
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struct  _CPair
struct  _Settings


typedef struct _CPair CPair
typedef list< CPairCPairs
typedef CPairs::iterator CPairsIter
typedef struct _Settings Settings


void helpMessage (ostream &out)
CPairs parseSwitchArgument (CString arguments)
void parseCommandLine (int argc, char **argv)
CNodeloadApplicationGraphFromFile (CString &file, CString module)
void initSettings (int argc, char **argv)
void analyzeCSDFG (TimedCSDFgraph *g, CPairs &analyze, ostream &out)
void analyzeCSDFG (ostream &out)
int main (int argc, char **argv)


Settings settings

Typedef Documentation

typedef struct _CPair CPair
typedef list<CPair> CPairs
typedef CPairs::iterator CPairsIter
typedef struct _Settings Settings

Settings Struct to store program settings.

Function Documentation

void analyzeCSDFG ( ostream &  out  ) 

analyzeCSDFG () The function analyzes the CSDF graph.

References analyzeCSDFG(), CGetChildNode(), and constructTimedCSDFgraph().

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void helpMessage ( ostream &  out  ) 

helpMessage () Function prints help message for the tool.

References DOTTED_VERSION, and TOOL.

Referenced by initSettings(), and parseCommandLine().

void initSettings ( int  argc,
char **  argv 

initSettings () The function initializes the program settings.

References helpMessage(), loadApplicationGraphFromFile(), MODULE, and parseCommandLine().

Referenced by main().

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CNode* loadApplicationGraphFromFile ( CString file,
CString  module 

loadApplicationGraphFromFile () The function returns a pointer to an XML data structures contained in the supplied file that describes the SDFG.

References CGetAttribute(), CGetChildNode(), CGetRootNode(), and CParseFile().

Referenced by initSettings(), and parseSettingsFile().

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int main ( int  argc,
char **  argv 

main () It does none of the hard work, but it is very needed...

References analyzeCSDFG(), initSettings(), MaxPlusAnalysis::out, and Settings::outputFile.

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void parseCommandLine ( int  argc,
char **  argv 

parseCommandLine () The function parses the command line arguments and add info to the supplied settings structure.

References helpMessage(), Settings::outputFile, and parseSwitchArgument().

Referenced by initSettings().

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CPairs parseSwitchArgument ( CString  arguments  ) 

parseSwitchArgument () The function parses the string 'arguments' into a sequence of (arg, value) pairs. The syntax as as follows:

pair := key(value) arg := pair,pair,...

Note: value may be a pair itself, but this is not expanded into a set of pairs (i.e. nested pairs are not supported).

References c, _CPair::key, and _CPair::value.

Referenced by parseCommandLine(), printCSDFG(), and printSDFG().

Variable Documentation