|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-devel] BeOS/Zeta eats 100% cpu time|
|Date:||Sun, 03 Oct 2004 20:57:01 +0200|
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Paul Brook wrote:
Don't profile op.c. It's fairly sensitive to compiler options, and isn't directly linked into qemu anyway. I ran into similar problems when building a debuggable qemu.Ok, I now configure with --enable-gprof and it compiled fine. But as it looks like gprof writes it prof.out file when the executable close I have a new problem. BeOS do not "close" qEmu so that I have to kill the running process (with the "x" in the titlebar) and no file is writen. So does someone now a way to exit qEmu in a "normal" way, so that gprof will write it´s values into a file?
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