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It also displays system calls, as well as `strace', but strace still does a better job displaying arguments to system calls.
The program to be traced need not be recompiled for this, so you can use it on binaries for which you don't have the source handy.
This is still a work in progress, so some things may fail or don't work as expected.
ltrace A Dynamic Library Tracer Copyright 1997,1998 Juan Cespedes <firstname.lastname@example.org> Contents -------- 1. Introduction 2. Where can I find it 3. How does it work 4. Where does it work 5. Bugs 6. Licence 1. Introduction --------------- ltrace is a debugging tool, similar to strace, but it traces library calls instead of more»
ltrace(1) ltrace(1) NAME ltrace - A library call tracer SYNOPSIS ltrace [-dfiLStttChV] [-a column] [-s strsize] [-o filename] [-u username] [-p pid] ... [-e expr] [--debug] [--demangle] [--align=column] [--output=filename] [--help] [--version] [command [arg ...]] DESCRIPTION ltrace is a program more»
ltrace (0.3.1) frozen unstable; urgency=low * setgid programs had their uid and gid swapped! Fixed. -- Juan Cespedes <email@example.com> Wed, 29 Apr 1998 19:25:11 +0200 ltrace (0.3.0) unstable; urgency=low * Preliminary autoconf support * Switched to getopt() * New option: -C (demangle C++ names) * New options: --help, --version * Display "format" (printf-like) argument types more»
* Option -e * Improve C++ name demangling * Improve documentation * Display different argument types more»
This is the Debian GNU/Linux's prepackaged version of the Dynamic Library Tracer ``ltrace''. Copyr more»
* Option -f sometimes fails to trace some children * Manual page is not accurate (config files...) * more»