#5 Use other objdump than default

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2011-10-18
2011-10-18
Anonymous
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I would really like to be able to specify which objdump to use since I frequently use KCachegrind to profile ARM assembly code. I managed to accomplish this in KCachegrind 0.4.6 (the one that came with Kubuntu) by creating a symbolic link to arm-none-linux-gnueabi-objdump in the current directory and then adding . to PATH, but if I do the same in KCachegrind 0.6.0 (the one that comes with Kubuntu 11.04) I do not get the disassembled instructions (all disassembled text is shown as ...). Can this be since I am running KCachegrind on a 64-bit machine while the arm code runs on a 32-bit machine?

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