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.
C/C++ library for function instrumentation and AOP
Library libinstrument is the best way to do function instrumentation in C/C++. You can use instrumentation to implement a vast number of features, ranging from stack tracing, exception tracing, profiling, to interceptor injection and Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP), to name a few. Actually libinstrument comes ready with such modules as exception stack tracing. Project libinstrument is the evolution, the re-branding of libcsdbg. Due to the vast performance optimizations and the generalization of its API, instead of being targeted solely for debugging, It can now be used in Agile Development, follow modern paradigms and implement SOLID patterns in C/C++. It carries over verbatim all the features of libcsdbg, but also adds a CMake generated build system, highly configurable, with out-of-source build capability and portable across all platforms and many IDEs (Eclipse, CLion, CodeBlocks and other)..
A command line toolki to solve a problem your favorite program defines
Diagonal can be used for: - getting descriptive statistics such as mean/median/mode with your program producing a sample - finding a root of an equation your program defines - calculating a fixed point of a function your program defines - detecting a cycle of a fuction your program defines as well as - decoding a VCDIFF file
gcov-eclipse is an Eclipse plug-in that will extend CDT to provide code-coverage testing to C/C++ projects by using the gcov program. It will integrate into the CDT's launch and managed build system.
wtime is a small console program runs another program, then displays information about the resources(time/memory/IO) used by that program, collected by the system while the program was running. It works like 'GNU time', but is under Win32.