[Openmcl-devel] Shark profiling works with openmcl!
hamlink at comcast.net
Mon Oct 18 08:55:56 PDT 2004
No, that's what the call to PURIFY is for, it puts all the code
vectors in a non-gced place so they won't move around.
On Oct 17, 2004, at 9:57 PM, Alan Ruttenberg wrote:
> Cool! I've been waiting for this for a while.
> Am I correct to presume that a gc in the middle of profiling will mess
> it up?
> On Oct 17, 2004, at 4:38 PM, Hamilton Link wrote:
>> Attention all, good news! I have gone back and forth with the shark
>> people at Apple, I sent them a shrink-wrapped bug that was preventing
>> shark from reporting lisp symbol names for functions, and... they
>> fixed the problem!
>> Here is the file I use to demonstrate how to use shark to profile
>> your code, a screen shot of what the result looks like, and the
>> .spatch file that was generated in the process (for a syntactic
>> example). Obviously you'll want to do things a bit differently, and
>> if I come up with a swanky API for putting a set of packages and
>> other symbols and named lambdas into a .spatch file before someone
>> else does, I'll post that too.
>> (btw, sharkloopfn in the image is just a function I defined as a test
>> that was guaranteed to bubble to the top, it has nothing to do with
>> interfacing to shark)
>> This works as of 4.0.0b11 as far as the CHUD/Shark people say, and
>> I've confirmed that it works with the GM release, 4.0.0.
>> Happy profiling...
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