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[tracecompass-dev] FW: [diamon-discuss] [RELEASE] LTTng-analyses v0.3

Hi Tracecompass-dev,

You've probably seen the announcement below ... I'm wondering to what extent these command-line LTTng analyses duplicate
functionality that's already available in Tracecompass, or to what extent these analyses could be integrated with Tracecompass ?

Martin Oberhuber, SMTS / Product Owner - Development Tools, Wind River
direct +43.662.457915.85  fax +43.662.457915.6

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Subject: [diamon-discuss] [RELEASE] LTTng-analyses v0.3

Hi everyone,

I am glad to announce the third release of the lttng-analyses project [1] !

This project is a collection of tools to extract metrics and higher-level informations from LTTng kernel traces.

This release contains a reorganization from Michael Jeanson in the architecture of the Python modules. Thanks to this work, we can now easily create and distribute clean Python packages.

As of now, the packages are available with pip [2]. Packages for Debian and Ubuntu will be available in a few days.

If your project is already importing the Python modules we exposed in the previous release, you just have to update your imports, no API/code change besides that.

It has been two consecutive releases consisting of code re-architecture, you can now expect new analyses and views to enter in the coming releases.

As always, we appreciate all kinds of feedback, use-cases and real-world experiences, so please test it and let us know what you think about it.



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