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In Valgrind 33 Advanced Debugging and Profiling for GnuLinux Applications

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Installing Valgrind on OSX Yosemite

If you are unable to install Valgrind on OSX Yosemite using brew or from source, and have tried everything else, try this.  You may just be missing the VEX dependency because the official svn server is unreachable. 112 more words

Thoughts

Adding Valgrind to build ecosystem

In order to improve cost of software quality of our VoIP recorder product, I will introduce Valgrind, http://www.valgrind.org to our build ecosystem. Up to now, we set up code repository Git to trigger Jenkins ( 256 more words

Jenkins

Red Hat Developer Toolset 3.1 now generally available

Today, Red Hat has announced the general availability of Red Hat Developer Toolset 3.1. Available through the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program and related subscriptions, Red Hat Developer Toolset 3.1 streamlines application development on the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, enabling developers to compile applications once and deploy across multiple versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. 34 more words

Announcement

Code caller/callee profiling with callgrind

Profiling your code in terms of caller callee function calls can prove quite useful. Seeing which parts of your code are  greedy is another aspect of it. 38 more words

Coding

A Few Useful Linux Commands

Here is a list of Linux commands that I have found to be really useful :

pdfunite : a really simple tool that does what it says – combines individual pdf… 175 more words

Technical

Direct valgrind to a file

By default, Valgrind writes its output to stderr. So you need to do something like:

valgrind a.out > log.txt 2>&1

Alternatively, you can tell Valgrind to write somewhere else; see… 15 more words

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