(Diver is in the process of being moved to GitHub. Please find us at https://github.com/thechiselgroup/Diver. Support requests & messages sent here may never be seen.) Dynamic Interactive Views For Reverse Engineering. Div/er is a set of Eclipse Plugins that aid developers in understanding software. It uses dynamic analysis and reverse engineering to offer views and filters that aid comprehension and discovery.
OProfile is a low-overhead, transparent profiler for Linux, capable of instruction-grain profiling of all processes, shared libraries, the kernel and device drivers, via the hardware performance counters.
Python package to retrieve and manage data of the IMDb
IMDbPY is a Python package useful to retrieve and manage the data of the IMDb movie database about movies, people, characters and companies. Platform-independent, it can retrieve data from both the IMDb's web server and a local copy of the whole db.
SLOCCount is an easy-to-use tool that counts Source Lines of Code (SLOC). It auto-determines the language(s) (inc. C, C++, Ada, Assembly, shell, COBOL, C#, Fortran, Haskell, Java, LISP/Scheme, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, SQL). It also estimates cost & time.
KCachegrind visualizes traces generated by profiling, including a tree map and a call graph visualization of the calls happening. It's designed to be fast for very large programs like KDE applications.
Luke StackWalker is a GUI-based C/C++ source code profiler for Windows. It samples your application's stack while the application is running to find out where the application spends most of its time.
A real Win32 extensible passive debugger
This project born a few years ago when I encountered a fatal bug on a production environment, unfortunately not replicable on my development machine. I spent many time finding a solution, using also freeware and commercial third-party tools and libraries, but none helped me because the bug crashed the process, and no of the above tools could be able to catch the exception before the process dying. Also, it was not possible to install a development environment onto the production machines, so the only solution was to develop a debugger which didn't need any user/developer interaction. I used many open source resources, then I decided to make the Bug Finder an open source project. It is built over a pluggable architecture to support other languages different from Borland Delphi (the one I used to develop my faulting application and the Bug Finder too). Here is the article http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/602794/Bug-Finder-a-real-Win32-extensible-passive-debugge .
This is analog for NCover application, but have some advantages The project is not in work actually, so you may try the following projects instead: https://github.com/sawilde/partcover.net4 - original fork https://github.com/sawilde/opencover - another cover from blessed man who was able to keep PartCover live. Regarding license: all sources (here at SF) are open. You are free to copy/modify/distribute without any confirm from my side. I cannot garantee the same for files in other locations. Best regards!
massiftool is a simple, lightweight tool to examine and visualize (create graphs from) the output of valgrind's massif, written in C++/Qt
Tool for monitoring of OCI client applications [f.e.: TOAD/TOra, or any OCI-based fat client] interaction with Oracle Database. Monitors SQL statements and values passed/fetched between client application and RDBMS. Consists of simple and nice GUI [C#] and events handler [C++] with quite a lot of OCI hacking. Interface between handlers and tool's GUI is through tailing of XML "pipeline" files in $HOME/.ocimonitor directory. Tool is quite similar to Quest SQLMonitor, which is unable to trace values.
Open|SpeedShop is an open source multi platform Linux performance tool
Open|SpeedShop is an open source multi platform Linux performance tool which is targeted to support performance analysis of applications running on both single node and large scale IA64, IA32, EM64T, AMD64, PPC, Blue Gene, ARM and Cray platforms.
The fastest malloc we've seen; works particularly well with threads and STL. Also: thread-friendly heap-checker, heap-profiler, and cpu-profiler.
Shiny is a lightning fast, fully documented & by-far-easiest-to-use C/C++/Lua profiler with no extensive surgery. Results are smoothed & shown in run-time as a call-tree or sorted-by-time. Output also renderable as graphs in Ogre3D or your custom engine
C / C++ everything-memory debugger
Warning: Older projects may have to be compiled with -DDEBUG_NEW_CONFIG_HAVE_DEPRECATED Debug_New offers the possibility of debugging memoryleaks, not only (note the "not only"; that's just one of its functions) in a <report-memory-leaks-on-shutdown> kind of way, but implemented using memory-states. - Cross platform + Cross compiler support (only utilizes the preprocessor and template-voodoo-magic for c++) - Supports C and C++ - Supports gcc and g++ - Supports pthread and any posix platform - Multithreading is supported. - Easy to use and install (just include the header and link the source). - Easily debug memory-leaks. - Easily debug dangling pointers. - Easily debug deallocation method correctness. - Easily debug array index errors (when writing past the end). - Easily profile memory usage and track down memory hawks. - Click-And-Goto-Source support for Visual Studio. - Integrated compatibility for new, new, delete, delete, malloc, calloc, realloc, free
FunctionCheck is a profiler for C/C++ programs, based on gcc V4.6.3+. Features are flat profile, cycles detection, call-graph, MIN/MAX time in functions, memory profiling, profiling control at execution...
This is a dynamic slicing tool for Java programs. The tool modifies the Kaffe virtual machine to collect the execution trace, and compress the trace on-the-fly. Please proceed to the tool's website http://jslice.sourceforge.net/ for download.
A collection of performance analysis software that can assist with a variety of techniques useful for application software optimization and benchmarking. The current release provides support for analysis with hardware performance counters on Linux.
QProf is the visual tool for profiling text information.
What is QProf ? QProf is a visual tool for developers, which displays the execution profiling output generated by code profilers. The output of profilers being usually difficult to read (beyond the flat profile information), QProf presents the information in list- or tree-views that make the information very easy to understand. This project was ported from KProf (Qt3/KDE) project.
Developer tool for automatic runtime tracing software errors with various resources. Number of resources virtually unlimited.
Aesalon is a program behaviour visualization tool. Instead of static analysis on source code or performance profiling, other aspects such as thread interaction, mutex/semaphore status, dynamically-allocated memory, and file/socket I/O are visualized.
Library for dynamic tuning of program parameters.
Library for dynamic tuning of program parameters for best performance of program.
Framework components used in many systems such as Memory Managers, Undo/Redo Managers, Logging utilities, Reference tracking, Profiling utilities, Version Tolerant Persistence, Reflection and advanced Debugging tools in C++.
Analyse structure of C++ projects, compiled with a patched version of g++ (patch included). Edges in the output graph represent function calls. Vertices can be functions, classes, namespaces, files or whole projects (ie, libraries).
CGNU (Clean GNU) aims to use modern documentation technologies to clean the GNU project of bitrot and outdated build technology.
IA-32/64 (x86) CPU Virtualization library.