[cfe-dev] Is there any way to get the caller of the CallExpr* in VisitCallExpr method?

dblaikie at gmail.com dblaikie at gmail.com
Sun Dec 29 08:54:45 PST 2013

Clang doesn't store parental relationships of AST nodes by default. So
you'd have to keep track of that yourself. If you're working with AST
matches I Selene you can use the 'parent map' for this.

On Sunday, December 29, 2013 4:37:14 AM, lotay <158481612 at qq.com> wrote:

> Hi all.
> the method of getDirectCallee() can get the callee(be called
> method/function) of the call expression,
> but Is there any way to get the caller(the method/ function who called it)
> of the CallExpr* in VisitCallExpr () method?
> Can anyone help me for this problem, or are there any other ways to know
> the
> caller of one call expression?
> Thanks in advance for any help...
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