XCL 1.2.6 reviewDownload
XCL project aims to provide developers with tools for the programmatic handling of executable code, combining easy generation and man
XCL project aims to provide developers with tools for the programmatic handling of executable code, combining easy generation and manipulation with execution speed and memory efficiency at runtime.
XCLE uses the DbgLog library to select and filter error reports. The latest DbgLog package can be obtained at http://www.varkhan.net/software/DbgLog/ and should be named 'DbgLog-X.Y.Z-src.tgz'. Docs and tests programs are also available, but you don't need them to build XCLE.
DbgLog can be obtained at http://www.varkhan.net/software/DbgLog
Building DbgLog is quite straightforward:
_ Untar the package and cd' to the 'DbgLog' directory created.
_ Type 'make install' # for a standard installation or 'make install PREFIX=/my/inst/dir' # for a relocated installation
You should have a library called 'libDbgLog.X.Y.Z.so' in /usr/lib, or in the /my/inst/dir/lib directory for the relocated installation.
What's New in This Release:
The profiling module Mod_prof has been added, implying a reorganisation of Obj_code management.
Major argument checking bugs have been corrected in the Mod_exec module.
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