libraries for CPU and heap analysis, plus an efficient thread-caching malloc
Contains debugging symbols for libgoogle-perftools4.
This package is provided primarily to provide a backtrace with names
in a debugger, this makes it somewhat easier to interpret core
dumps. Most people will not need this package.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR 64-BIT USERS
There are known issues with some perftools functionality on x86_64
systems. See 64-BIT ISSUES, below.
Just link in -ltcmalloc or -ltcmalloc_minimal to get the advantages of
tcmalloc -- a replacement for malloc and new. See below for some
environment variables you can use with tcmalloc, as well.
== 03 February 2012 ==
I've just released gperftools 2.0
The `google-perftools` project has been renamed to `gperftools`. I
(csilvers) am stepping down as maintainer, to be replaced by
David Chappelle. Welcome to the team, David! David has been an
an active contributor to perftools in the past -- in fact, he's the
only person other than me that already has commit status. I am
pleased to have
google-perftools (2.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Some include files were left out of the package.
Thanks to Laszlo Boszormenyi for a patch. (Closes: #666099)
-- Daigo Moriwaki <email@example.com> Sat, 31 Mar 2012 12:50:36 +0900
google-perftools (2.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
(Closes: #663652, #635038)
* debian/watch: Followed the new upstream site.
Fri Feb 03 15:40:45 2012 Google Inc. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* gperftools: version 2.
1) Fix heap profiling under all STLs
* Find out how to force non-glibc STL librari
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