Perl flow/code diagramming tools?

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by ixtahdoom, Sep 9, 2004.

  1. ixtahdoom

    ixtahdoom Guest

    I'm charged with the task of understanding a large amount of perl
    code, mostly very large .pl files (10k+ lines!). Is there any
    software that indexes perl code, making a table of contents for all
    functions and variables, as well as function flow diagrams (who calls
    what and where)? I don't even know what the technical term is to
    google for (diagramming perl code returns graphing modules!).

    Thanks,
    itd
     
    ixtahdoom, Sep 9, 2004
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  2. ixtahdoom wrote:
    > I'm charged with the task of understanding a large amount of perl
    > code, mostly very large .pl files (10k+ lines!). Is there any
    > software that indexes perl code, making a table of contents for all
    > functions and variables, as well as function flow diagrams (who calls
    > what and where)? I don't even know what the technical term is to
    > google for (diagramming perl code returns graphing modules!).


    you could take a look at AutoDia - http://droogs.org/autodia/

    regards,

    Mark
     
    Mark Clements, Sep 9, 2004
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