Linux Support Coming to Tracealyzer 4

Percepio, April 01, 2019

Our Partner Percepio has good news for the growing crowd of embedded Linux developers: the next step on the Tracealyzer 4 roadmap is proper support for Linux tracing, complete with live visualization and all other great features in the new generation of Tracealyzer. Since the tracing is based on the LTTng tracing framework, it works on any Linux system supported by LTTng (including Wind River Linux). This will be the main new feature in Tracealyzer v4.4, scheduled for release this summer.

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