|Re: [embed-cdt-dev] Remove CDT features|
I saw the discussion on the various included features and Jonah gave some good input about Trace Compass. Trace Compass main use case is for analyzing traces coming from Linux systems (mainly LTTng). Many analyzes and visualizations exist to understand the behaviour of user's application (user space) as well as the Linux kernel. It can used to find faults, get profiling information, analyze latencies (real-time systems) and much more. The Linux support in Trace Compass serves as a reference implementation.
Trace Compass was built to be extensible to allow for different trace formats, analysis and visualizations as well as trouble-shooting use cases. It can be extended declaratively (e.g. XML), Eclipse plug-ins or even EASE scripting. My company for example, has various custom extensions for specialized trace formats with specialized analysis and views for their applications.
Please find more information about Trace Compass on its webpage . Please don't hesitate to contact the Trace Compass community if you have any questions.
From: embed-cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx <embed-cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Liviu Ionescu <ilg@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: September 18, 2020 11:51 AM
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Subject: Re: [embed-cdt-dev] Remove CDT features
> On 18 Sep 2020, at 18:06, Jonah Graham <jonah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ... a notice that for Java 15 the Qt feature must be uninstalled.
> I will be making the same notice on CDT's N&N page for Qt.
Ok, I've just added a Known Issues page to the project new web, so I'll add this notice there.
I'll leave this notice open ended until a better solution will be available.
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