[GEM-dev] Re: [PD-dev] oprofile - streamlining Pd/gem patch

B. Bogart ben at ekran.org
Mon May 15 23:20:28 CEST 2006

Hey gem devs,

How can I compiled gem without striping it?

I'm having trouble trying to use oprofile to profile the gem functions, it
seems to just see the internal pd functions.

I tried removing the "strip" from the Makefile after doing
autoconf/configure but that does not seem to be doing anything.

So I'm starting profile with:

opcontrol -i /path/to/pd --start

Stoping with:

opcontrol --shutdown

Looking at the results with:

opreport -d

How can I compile a Gem binary (on linux) so that I can profile with

Thanks all. I'll think I'll be giving up soon, will be back at it again
tommorrow, I really need to figure out what is causing these CPU jumps...


On Mon, May 15, 2006 1:17 pm, Tim Blechmann said:
>> Thanks tim, how do I compile an unstriped binary? (./configure
>> --enable-debug?)
> profiling with debugging might produce wrong results ... i guess you can
just remove the "strip" call from the makefile ...
> t
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