Where can I find how to use the common block analyze for 204 subrouti.

Where can I find how to use the common block analyze for 204 subrouti.

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Where is the documentation for the Common Block Analyzer? I can't even find anything that references it, but Steve Lionel used it briefly on my job. It only takes a few .OBJ's at a time, and I have over 200 subroutines so I need a strategy on how to effectively use it where most subroutines have 10 or more common blocks.

Thanks,

Bill Eichert

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There's no real documentation for it - it's in a collection of "unsupported" tools. What I had to do was add 20 objects at a time until I had all your objects loaded. I agree this is quite annoying. There is a command-line version - I didn't see if it accepted wildcards.

Steve

Steve - Intel Developer Support

Thanks for your answer Steve.
Seems to me that just adding 20 subroutines at a time will not be a
good check as you need all of the routines using a given common
block to be analyzed at the same time unless you write the size of
each block down and compare them by hand. Too bad the person who
wrote the program couldn't change the dimensions to allow several
hundred subroutines. It would be an easy thing to do and so useful!

Bill

We'll look into fixing the Windows tool. The command line tool does accept wildcards (*.obj).

Steve

Steve - Intel Developer Support

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