[xdebug-general] Re: OT: Alleyoop does not show anything

From: Er Galvão Abbott <galvao[@]galvao.eti.br>
Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2007 14:16:09 -0300
Hi Derick!

Thanks for your reply.

I was just wondering - I don't want to insist, but I don't want to install a bunch of kde libs as well - the description for kcachegrind is:

"KCachegrind is a visualization tool for the profiling data generated by calltree, a profiling skin for valgrind. [...]"

So isn't it the same thing?

If it's not - and excuse my ignorance, I'm very new to all of this -  changing my question a little bit: Is there any other tool that I can use that is more suitable for Gnome?


Er Galvão Abbott

Derick Rethans wrote:

On Mon, 25 Jun 2007, Er Galvão Abbott wrote:

Since I use Gnome here I'm using Alleyoop instead of kcachegrind.

I've heard in a lot of places that it's a valid replacement, but when 
I open one of the cachegrind files (a fairly big one, ~39Mb) on it I 
don't see anything (Alleyoop's screen is plain blank).

Does anyone here uses Alleyoop as well? Any tips?

I've never heard of alleyoop :) I checked now and what I could see is 
that alleyoop is just a frontend for valgrind - and not cachegrind which 
is the format that Xdebug uses.


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