Re: patches for memprof on current glibc
- From: Jochen Baier <Jochen Baier stud uni-karlsruhe de>
- To: John Berthels <jjberthels gmail com>
- Cc: memprof-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: patches for memprof on current glibc
- Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 19:42:44 +0100
John Berthels wrote:
I've been trying to get GNOME cvs memprof building and running on ubuntu 5.10.
There was a compilation issue with newer binutils (already fixed in
the ubuntu patchset) and also a problem caused by the fact that
backtrace() in glibc 2.3.5 calls dlopen(), which calls malloc and
By sticking in a simple-minded malloc for use during startup (and
forcing initialisation of backtrace() at init time), I can get memprof
running (with the colour display working) and the 'leaks' button
The 'profile' button currently causes a segv (looks like it might be
gtk_list_store related at the moment) and I haven't tested on anything
apart from simple single-threaded apps.
Would patches along these lines be welcome? Sent to this list or the
current maintainer (I'm afraid I'm not sure who that is). I don't have
"production quality" patches yet, but I can clean up + post what I
have if there is any interest.
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iam really interested in a working memprof. this app is really great.
can you upload the patches/motified version somewhere ? or sent it to me
or to the list.
thanks for your work, jochen
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