[Openmcl-devel] Recent CHUD?

Gary Byers gb at clozure.com
Mon Aug 4 21:59:22 UTC 2008


CHUD 4.6.0 seems to have quietly dropped support for ".spatch" files,
which had been the mechanism used to tell Shark the names of what
would otherwise be anonymous memory regions.  (Like lisp functions.)
It added support for "dSYM" files (which, if I understand correctly,
contain DWARF2 debugging info.)

I haven't installed the final XCode 3.1 yet, but in the beta versions
it worked to revert to 4.5.0 after installing XCode 3.1bwhatever.
("Worked" in this case means "worked with the CCL interface"; if
there's some sort of XCode/CHUD integration that depends on new
stuff in 4.6, I wouldn't know.)

4.5.0 is available as a free download from the ADC members site
(connect.apple.com; you need to register but don't need to pay.)

In the long term, some combination of trying to get the CHUD
developers to reinstate "spatch" file support and some exploration of
the alternatives (dSYM, whatever) seems like the right thing.  In
the short term, reinstalling 4.5 seems to work (as noted above.)



On Mon, 4 Aug 2008, Thom Goodsell wrote:

> Has anyone tried running a recent set of CHUD profiling tools against
> a recent ccl? I get interesting looking output, but no symbol values,
> which seems to be a common problem. If there someone who might be able
> to fix in with just a bit of work, or someone who could lend some
> experience and point me to the resources I'd need to fix it, that
> would be super helpful.
>
> This is with a ccl checkout from this morning + Shark.app 4.6.0 (which
> apparently comes with XCode 3.1).
>
> Thanks,
> Thom
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