sysprof 3.38.0-2 source package in Ubuntu


sysprof (3.38.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload
  * d/tests: Be consistent about what we call libsysprof-capture-4-dev.
    It isn't a separate package yet, so this has no practical effect.
  * d/control, d/tests/control: Add more -dev dependencies.
    As with the other -dev dependencies, these are currently only Suggests,
    because the development headers aren't split off into separate
    packages yet; so the test needs to explicitly depend on them too.
  * Add patches to generate proper pkg-config dependencies.
    This fixes the autopkgtest.
  * Belatedly update symbols file for 3.38.0
  * d/upstream/metadata: Add

 -- Simon McVittie <email address hidden>  Wed, 16 Sep 2020 10:29:15 +0100

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sysprof_3.38.0-2.dsc 2.6 KiB 4f0d795de34e8c647b5b92f50824281cd3a608206d3100381c79ff1b91f00b66
sysprof_3.38.0.orig.tar.xz 445.8 KiB 8bcd728dc2f74e6f589410370dfb1b8801468bb3cc1803aa240735a7cff241ce
sysprof_3.38.0-2.debian.tar.xz 13.7 KiB 0dd9e682e258e7f48b3487cbe82bba61ca1db9ccb062666da658778614a7e340

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sysprof: system-wide Linux profiler

 Sysprof is a sampling CPU profiler that uses a ptrace in Linux kernel to
 profile the entire system, not just a single application. Sysprof handles
 shared libraries and applications do not need to be recompiled. In fact they
 don't even have to be restarted.
 It has the following features:
  - profiles all running processes, not just a single application
  - has a simple graphical interface
  - shows the time spent in each branch of the call tree
  - profiles can be loaded and saved

sysprof-dbgsym: debug symbols for sysprof