But i have a trouble to recognize the contents of them. > Could anyone tell me which data are stored inside them and some points about > internal format? And it does > > not copy a complete file. > > The routine that generates .gcda files is not very optimized but 50 > minutes for a single incomplete file I can't help you anymore, we do not have this problem, the bb_init_func is defined only for gcc < 3.4 (in gcov-core.c, there is a #if GCC_VERSION_LOWER(3, 4)), perhaps is your Gründen bei mir so aber nicht existiert.http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/em28xx?highlight=pinnacl#Verlinkung-erstellenVielleicht weiss jemand Rat.Gruss Nephilim nephilim1973 (Themenstarter) Anmeldungsdatum:31. Check This Out
Peter wrote: > Hello, > > Shuduo Sang wrote: > > Anyone has applied gcov-kernel on any ppc box before? > > Unfortunately I don't have access to a PPC box, In file included from drivers/misc/proximity.c:14: /root/myandroid/kernel-hero/arch/arm/include/asm/gpio.h:5:23: error: mach/gpio.h: No such file or directory drivers/misc/proximity.c:20:23: error: mach/vreg.h: No such file or directory drivers/misc/proximity.c:21:28: error: mach/msm_iomap.h: No such file or directory drivers/misc/proximity.c: In Linux still can boot normally. > I just running linux-3.0.13. In particular, I wonder if the #defines GCC_VERSION in drivers/gcov work as planned (maybe debug those by inserting #warn macros during compilation to see if the correct preprocessing path is used).
Thanks, Regards Siva -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Christian Gagneraud Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 2:34 PM To: Sivasankar K Cc: [email protected] September 2009 11:36) So...Ich habe mich für einen anderen Weg entschieden und möchte nun den Kernel inkl. SKYEYE: write physical address 0xc021b14c error!!! But > linux can run into > shell as the following: > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Connecting to linux-j2ng:35362 > Linux version 3.0.13 ([email protected]) (gcc version 4.5.1 > (ctng-1.8.1-FA) ) #1 Fri
wrote on 04/15/2005 08:25:01 AM: > Christian Gagneraud wrote: > > I should be interesting to get arm support in the official lcov patch, = > > i've made this "port" That should not a big issue. http://ads.osdn.com/?ad_id=6595&alloc_id=14396&op=click _______________________________________________ Ltp-coverage mailing list [email protected] But i have a trouble to recognize the contents of them.
Since the code base of fast mode do not >> depend on any code under common directory. its failing at the proximity sensor. TI and its respective suppliers and providers of content make no representations about the suitability of these materials for any purpose and disclaim all warranties and conditions with regard to these If the gcov patch assumes a different GCC > version than used to compile the kernel, data structure mismatches can > result in erratic behavior. > > Also is there any
All rights of different parts or modules are reserved by their author. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=622573 You can use "file" command to learn file type for "arch\arm\boot\compressed\vmlinux". -- Thanks -- MK On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 4:46 PM, gyx
Could you explain what exactly you did to receive this? http://wiicentre.com/not-found/arm-linux-androideabi-gcc-not-found.html Yeah. Sivasankar K wrote: > Hi All, > > Can you guys please let me know the current Gcov-kernel > patch ( 2.6.8) will support for the ARM architecture or not. > Thanks. Lzop Command Not Found
Regards Siva Re: [Ltp-coverage] Patch Submission: --missing-from-baseline patch From: Cal Pierog
Replace #define UNDEF_SWPPC UNDEF_WARNING to #define UNDEF_SWPPC That is our carelessness and sorry for your trouble. This sounds like a compiler bug when using 64 bit arithmetics on your platform together with basic-block profiling. If you are using anything > between 3.3 and 3.4, then that is the source of incompatibility.
Hope this helps. In bus_read, Bus read error, can not find corresponding bank for addr 0x4008,pc=0x4010 /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libcommon.so.0(skyeye_log+0x11d) [0xb775caad] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libcommon.so.0(bus_read+0x15f) [0xb775ecdf] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libarm.so(+0x1b058) [0xb6861058] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libarm.so(mmu_read_word+0x20) [0xb685bc70] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libarm.so(ARMul_ReLoadInstr+0x51) [0xb685ea31] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libarm.so(ARMul_LoadInstrN+0x32) [0xb685eb72] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libarm.so(ARMul_Emulate32+0x110) [0xb6878520] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libarm.so(ARMul_DoProg+0x47) [0xb685b307] /opt/skyeye/lib/skyeye/libarm.so(+0x7172) [0xb684d172] SKYEYE: write physical address 0xc01df000 error!!! Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.7/hashlib.py", line 139, in
I suppose lcov based on gcov and so i have a question, concerned with the both programs. From: Nigel Hinds
attached is two .da files. It resolves application problems quickly and > reduces your MTTR. Regards, Peter Oberparleiter Re: [Ltp-coverage] long time to cp .gcda file after apply gcov-kernel to a xscale board From: Shuduo Sang
You seem to have CSS turned off. SKYEYE: write physical address 0xc021c000 error!!! (skyeye) quit Destroy threads. All rights of different parts or modules are reserved by their author. It's incredible.
From the patch contents I have found out that it supports only for the i386, Sparc and Power Pc. I'd like to write a program that would do >> the same, but counts the execution of assembler instructions instead of >> C lines. Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.7/hashlib.py", line 139, in
TI, its suppliers and providers of content reserve the right to make corrections, deletions, modifications, enhancements, improvements and other changes to the content and materials, its products, programs and services at You seem to have CSS turned off. I use the default skyeye.conf in each testcases, only change "uart:mod=stdio" to "uart:mod=term". What are you meaning about using preprocessing?