You can view the Call-tree or Caller-tree of a function.
You can also view the File-tree. It shows what files are #included
(directly or nested) in the current file.
When you click on a node in a call-tree or a caller-tree,
the corresponding function's code is displayed in the file-window
By clicking on a node in the file-tree you can open the corresponding
The file-tree highlights any missing files, i.e. #included
files that could not be found
All occurrences of the current node are automatically highlighted.
You can easily see all
occurrences of the current node as
you scan the tree
Call-Path Extraction: Often a call-tree is very long
and it is difficult to see the full call-sequence from the
root to the current node.
You can hide all nodes except the nodes that are in the call-path from the root to the current
node - or from the root to all occurrences
of the current node. You get a clear and compact view of the call-sequence
You can perform a node-search to find a function in the tree.
This is especially helpful in very large trees
Function's Occurrences List is a filewise list of all
the places in the project where the current function is called.
By clicking on
any entry in the list, you can display the corresponding code
You can export a call-path, a tree or a selected part of a
tree as a .bmp or .jpg file