QuickProf is a simple runtime performance measurement tool for C++ code. It provides a rough performance estimate with minimal effort. This kind of feedback can be invaluable to developers who want to optimize performance where it matters.
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
Performance profiler for Amiga AACE/Tao Intent software. Works for source in both C and VP. Includes filters to convert data into cvs spreadsheets. (Compiles under Linux as well, but no Linux build system is included)
mapalyzer is a tool which analyzes .map files obtained from a linker output. This enables the developer to visually see the included code and data within an executable, and possibly target sections for optimization.