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Shiny: C/C++/Lua Profiler

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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

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Features

  • Very very low overhead, extremely powerful and accurate high speed profiling
  • Amazingly simple-to-use & flexible interface with lots of examples and docs
  • Results are shown as call-graph or sorted-by-time and readable in run-time code
  • On-the-fly smoothing averages for scientific or main-loop projects like game engines
  • Rendering history graphs & nicely colored output in OGRE 3D or custom engine
  • Clean platform-independent, object-oriented and free-for-any-purpose source code

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, Science/Research

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Ogre3D

Programming Language

C, C++, Lua

Registered

2007-10-23

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