Massif Visualizer 0.3 released
I’m happy to announce the release of Massif-Visualizer 0.3. You can download the sources here:
Highlights of this release:
- translations into 18 different languages
- basic support for hiding of functions via context menu
- basic support for custom allocators
- configurable precision of memory consumption display
- various optimizations, bug fixes and other improvements. take a look at the changelog for more information
It took me much too long to get this release out and hope to do better in the future. Current git master already contains some new patches - try it out! I especially like the improved display of the callgraph which now aggregates the tails of the callgraph tree, i.e. the end of the backtrace which mostly starts
If you have ideas for the future, or have any issues with Massif-Visualizer, report a bug on https://bugs.kde.org/ .
I don’t want to waste my time on packaging and instead concentrate on development. So here again a public plead to distributors: Please include Massif-Visualizer in future releases and let users download it seamlessly through your package manager. Starting with this release, Massif-Visualizer releases will follow the usual KDE procedure and the source tarballs will be hosted on the KDE mirrors. Hope this makes it simpler for packagers!
Ubuntu users can use Aurélien Gâteau’s PPA: https://launchpad.net/~agateau/+archive/ppa . ArchLinux users you can get it via AUR, and Gentoo also has an overlay for it it seems. I also think that OpenSUSE has a package for it. Please add infos for
$your-distro in the comments below.