|Similar to the -fa option, -m identifies and analyzes C macros.
If macros do not exist in the source, then no macros will be emitted.
The use of macros in C++ code is not advised because macros are not type
safe; they use a different language syntax; they are interpreted by the
preprocessor for which there is no ANSI standard and in many debuggers macros
have no symbolic context. We advise using inline functions in C++
in lieu of macros.
Macros are a common cause of maintenance and portability headaches, so locating their existence is quite
In Windows code there is an occurrence of placing a macro
between the function name and the function open parenthesis or between
the class name and the opening brace. You must tell RSM about the
macros by either processing the macro prior to its use or you may
add the macro by name to a special file called
rsm_macro.cfg. Names in this file are read at startup so that RSM
knows about your macros defined in other portions of the code which may
not be processed by RSM. The rsm_macro.cfg file is located with your
rsm.lic license file.