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Re: [Qemu-devel] BeOS 5.0.3 network problems

From: Christian Wiese
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] BeOS 5.0.3 network problems
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 18:05:56 +0100
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address@hidden wrote:

Hum... I've compiled QEMU 0.6.1s20041115, could you
tell me how do I generate a profiling qemu executable? (I can use gcc32 or gcc34 - FreeBSD systems )
And how do i search for the "cpu hungry" functions?
Do a configure with option "-enable-gprof". Use the generated binary as it is the normal qEmu. Do average stuff in BeOS and shut down. In your working directory should be a new file. These file listed all called functions and the time the programm has spend in it. Then you could run BeOS and do nothing. The resulting file should show us, where the time has gone :-)

BeOS seems a nice simple clear OS, that I would like to test
a litle bit more.
It´s worth it. BeOS is a fantastic OS, but not enough developers at the moment :-/ Hope this will change with Zeta and Haiku

For further question you can mail me directly, so we don´t flood the list.


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