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Clade is a tool for intercepting build commands (stuff like compilation, linking, mv, rm, and all other commands that are executed during build).
Intercepted commands can be used for purposes such as generating callgraph of a C project using compilation commands, visualization of the dependencies graph between project files, and for much more.
Some of such use cases will be included in Clade later. Currently only build command intercepting is supported.
Just run the following command (Python 3 is required):
$ pip install clade
For development purposes you may install Clade in “editable” mode directly from the source code. An important part of Clade is written in C, so in order to build it yourself you must have cmake, make and the C compiler installed on your system.
$ pip install -e .
How to use
After installation the usage is like this:
$ clade-intercept make
where ‘make’ should be replaced by your project build command.
The output file called cmds.json will be stored in the current directory. Additional features are described in –help.
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