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Provides Call-Path and Sequence Diagram viewers.
Enables graphical analysis of program call relations and flow sequencing. Also enables exploration of extended class inheritance hierarchies.
Call-path analysis and class hieararchy resolution are performed
using the JDT platform Search and Call Hierarchy mechanisms.
Sequence diagrams are generated from a static analysis of
of the JDT platform AST for any selected class or method.
Uses Zest as the graphics visualization engine.
Unsuccessful Installs in the last 7 Days: 14
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Submitted by Pavel Vlasov on Thu, 2017-05-11 10:47
I coudn't find an option to filter what is shown on the diagram and without filtering diagrams are pretty much useless on real life code as they are cluttered with calls to core Java classes which are most often are of no interest in understanding how a particular pices of code work.
My scenario was to depict interactions between methods in two classes. I tried this plug-in first and it wasn't helpful because of the noise. Ended up using java-callgraph library and d3 to produce more or less useful graph - http://www.nasdanika.org/rendering-2.html
Submitted by Sreevathsa S on Fri, 2017-05-05 05:54
Sorry for the very naive question. I am new to IDE based dev environments and Eclipse. I've a large C project to navigate and examine call graphs for. I have just imported a directory containing C sources into the IDE and have installed this plugin to Eclipse Neon C/C++ IDE successfully. When I right click on a C function I get the "Open Call Hierarchy" menu option which I believe is not from this plugin going by the screenshots. I tried to switch to different perspectives, but cannot see anything. Also looked for any supporting docs, but didn't find any. How do I get the "Call Graph" view/perspective shown in the screenshots for my C source?
Submitted by Gerald Rosenberg on Fri, 2017-05-05 13:07
The JDT must be installed for Callgraph to work.
Submitted by Fabio Ricci on Thu, 2016-12-15 09:53
Just in case you searched like me for a java callgraph, this plugin was intended to visualize C/C++ artifacts.
Submitted by Daniel Cunha on Fri, 2016-12-16 14:44
I just installed this plugin in my eclipse and used it to graph the dependencies of my Java application and it worked like a charm.
Submitted by Fabio Ricci on Tue, 2016-12-20 15:26
Hello. I repeated the installation and I discovered how to use callgraph and it runs also with java.
Please apologies. Everything ok.
Submitted by Fabio Ricci on Mon, 2016-12-19 14:34
Hi Daniel, thank you for telling this. The documentation speaks/spoke only of C++ classes.
Anyway, could you please tell here
- which eclipse version/name?
- on which operating system ?
Submitted by Gerald Rosenberg on Tue, 2016-12-20 16:59
The official documentation specifies that JDT is required -- makes no mention of C/C++. What site are you looking at that discusses using CGV with C/C++?
Submitted by Swarup Pandey on Wed, 2016-11-23 23:16
Unable to read repository at file:/C:/Users/Swarupa Nand Pandey/.p2/org.eclipse.equinox.p2.repository/cache/compositeContent-553248371.xml
The declaration for the entity "ContentType" must end with '>'.
Submitted by Gerald Rosenberg on Tue, 2016-12-20 17:01
This error is completely unrelated to Callgraph-Viewer.
Submitted by David Olshefski on Sat, 2015-08-29 09:03
Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software being installed: CallGraph Viewer 0.9.4.201401211240 (net.certiv.callgraph.feature.feature.group 0.9.4.201401211240)
Missing requirement: CallGraph Viewer 0.9.4.201401211240 (net.certiv.callgraph.feature.feature.group 0.9.4.201401211240) requires 'org.eclipse.jdt.core 3.9.0' but it could not be found
Submitted by Rajeev Mishra on Mon, 2013-07-15 06:54
Update site is not available for this plugin.
Submitted by Markus Wagner on Tue, 2013-02-05 06:18
Update Site no more avaible
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