Tracealyzer, software visualisation and analysis tool, adds Linux support

December 09, 2014 // By Graham Prophet
Percepio AB, developer of Tracealyzer, has released version 2.7 of the Tracealyzer tools for Linux, VxWorks, FreeRTOS and On Time RTOS-32.

Tracealyzer 2.7 includes a number of enhancements that further increase the level of insight into the run-time world of embedded software, including;

· Full Linux support:

The Percepio Tracealyzer tools now also run on Linux. This has been facilitated by the use of Mono, an open source .NET framework supported by most Linux distributions.

· Support for VxWorks 7: Tracealyzer for VxWorks now also supports Wind River's latest edition of VxWorks.

· Floating licences:

Tracealyzer can now be purchased with floating licenses, enabling several users to share a licence. The basic floating licence allows for one concurrent user and provides a flexible solution for most teams. For larger teams there are floating licences with multiple concurrent users or site licences.

· Visualisation of dynamic memory allocation:

It is now possible to visualise the dynamic allocation of heap memory in C programs (malloc/free) in three ways, including a graph showing the total memory allocation over time (see image). This makes it easy to spot memory leaks and tasks with large memory usage.

· New Event Log window:

Tracealyzer v2.7 includes the new Event Log window, showing trace events in textual form as complement to the graphical views, with colour coding based on event type.

· Recorder library improvements:

The recorder library has been made easier to integrate in existing projects and now also supports Microchip's development environment MPLAB X IDE through a new plugin targeting PIC32MX and PIC32MZ. The updated version also includes new demo projects for STM32F4xx on Keil µVision and Rowley Crossworks.

Tracealyzer v2.7 is available for download immediately.

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