more problems with gprof
Tue Nov 30 23:39:00 GMT 1999
> Are -pg and gprof fully implemented in Mingw32? I tried to profile a simple
> C program (compiling/linking with -pg, running it, running gprof) and it
> always says no time accumulated and 0% of the programs running time was spent
> in each function on the call graph. Now, I know this can't be right because
> they were all called multiple times.
As always, please send me a testcase if you want me to look at it. The
implementation of gprof is pretty complete, but there may be a priority
issue for the thread that actually does the profiling. I'll see if up'ing
the thread priority will fix your problem or not.
> gprof -i test.exe returns:
> File `gmon.out' (version 0) contains:
> 3 histogram record
> 1 call-graph record
> 0 basic-block count records <----- is this the problem?
> Is it fully implemented or am I doing something wrong?
This looks ok to me. You should look at gcc's docs for profiling options
(not just -pg, but also a few others there as well), and docs for gprof
(I just realized that I missed the gprof docs in my distribution, but
you can get those online at http://www.delorie.com/ and many other
Linkname: GNU gprof - Table of Contents
> Jason Craig
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