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Old 10-20-2014, 10:39 AM   #1
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Entity-relationship diagram for the target function

Does anyone know of utility that can search and show a diagram of relationship between target function(string in code) inside Linux binary file and its complete relationships and connections with other objects amongst the squashfs-root binary files? (like Entity-Relationship Diagram for the target function)
Example: I want know all relationships and connections for 'DDB_RetrieveAccess' string in some file, so utility should recursively scan all binary files & scripts inside squashfs-root directory, check all connections & relationship and build Entity-Relationship Diagram.

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