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Version: 19.12.3, Package name: kcachegrind-19.12.3
Maintained by: Rafael Sadowski
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Description
KCachegrind is a profile data visualization tool, used to determine the most
time consuming parts in the execution of a program.

Features:

- KCachegrind visualizes profiles (i.e. runtime characteristics) of
applications in various ways, including call graph vizualisations and
source/disassembler annotation.
- It can load profiles generated by the cache simulation/call tracer Calltree,
a Valgrind tool. Thus, profiling does not need any preparation, can cope
with shared libraries and plugin architectures, and does not influence the
measuring itself.
- Converter scripts for OProfile, Perl, and PHP.
- Switching between multiple visualization layouts.
- Call graph can be exported as image (PNG).
- Simultaneous display of 2 event types in Call and Annotation View


Filesize: 795.238 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2020-03-24) Updated to version: kcachegrind-19.12.3
  • (2019-12-11) Package added to openports.se, version kcachegrind-18.12.0 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2020-06-04 23:40:30 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (122)
Log message:
Use MODKF5_I18N_CONFLICT=yes instead of @conflict kde-i18n-*
   2020-06-02 23:13:46 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (222)
Log message:
Use MODKF5_L10N_CONFLICT=yes instead of @conflict kde-l10n-*
   2020-03-29 11:16:04 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Add missing port bump
   2020-03-29 11:15:28 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Delete dependencies no longer necessary, found by portcheck(1)
   2020-03-23 12:01:30 by Rafael Sadowski | Files touched by this commit (700)
Log message:
Update KDE Frameworks to 5.68.0 and KDE5 to 19.12
This commit includes 218 port updates and 16 tweak updates after KDE framework
changes. Most of this 16 changes caused by:
- KF5Auth split into KF5Auth and KF5AuthCore, which ends in a lot of new
WANTLIBs
- Upstream changed some xdg paths from share/examples/***/xdg/ to
share/qlogging-categories5/, which ends in a lot of PLIST chages.
List of notable changes:
- Bump all kf5 shared libs.
- Use ">=${MODKF5_VERSION}" in all kf5 ports that all kf5 use the
latest version an update together. (Idea from Qt5).
- s/=+/=/ for LIB_*,RUN_* and BUILD_* in x11/kde-applications, hint by jca@.
- Update okteta to 0.26.3
- Update spectacle only to 19.04.3, latest version without hard wayland
dependency.
- Remove python2 support in cantor, python3 only!
- devel/kf5/kfilemetadata: switch to python 3 (TDEP only), by kn@
- devel/kf5/ki18n: switch to python 3, by kn@
- devel/kf5/kservice: switch to python 3, by kn@
- devel/kf5/kconfigwidgets: remove python module usage, by kn@
- devel/kf5/ktextigwidgets: remove python module usage, by kn@
Tweaks and feedback from landry@, amd64 bulk build and error reports by naddy@
Thanks a lot!