[erlang-questions] Tracing frameworks

Lennart Öhman <>
Fri Apr 13 11:35:45 CEST 2007


I hope inviso_tool will solve that for you.
The general idea in inviso_tool is that you specifiy your
tracing in so called trace-cases. My idea is that you shall
collect a bunch of trace cases specializing in finding certain
things out. When you later run into somekind of problem you
activate the trace cases(s) you believe will answer your
questions.
 
/Lennart
 
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Från: Vlad Dumitrescu [mailto:]
Skickat: fr 2007-04-13 11:34
Till: Lennart Öhman
Kopia: erlang-questions
Ämne: Re: [erlang-questions] Tracing frameworks



Hi,

Thanks for the answer. So because my time frame is somewhat remote, I
"just" have to wait for all the wonderful additions to inviso. Cool!
:-)

What I really try to solve is a simple way to specify all the
configuration needed and to add/remove and enable/disable the tracing
(for use with ErlIDE, of course), but then I realized that the
different tools might need different approaches.

best regards,
Vlad

On 4/13/07, Lennart Öhman <> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I believe dbg will always be there for the expert programmer
> knowing his/her trace commands.
>
> Inviso replaces trace tool builder in combination with dbg and
> is far (too) more advanced.
> It is still however in version 0 release. I am working on it
> as "we speak". The equivalent to trace tool builder is comming
> soon as an add on on-top of inviso, making it possible to
> build an inviso adaptation for your system.
>
> I do also actually have an inofficial not yet ready GS based
> gui interface to inviso, meant to be a desktop tool for the
> programmer not on speaking terms with dbg. It is to be seen
> when that tool is released however.
>
> Best Regards
>
> Lennart
>
> (And then not to mention all new interesting problems comming
> when running SMP... :-)
>


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