[music-dsp] Tuning OS X dsping
urs at u-he.com
Fri Jan 10 14:53:01 EST 2003
Am Freitag, 10.01.03, um 21:25 Uhr (Europe/Berlin) schrieb yon:
> Well.. VTune on x86 is also a low-brainer, and it is a little nicer
> at including source, which can be important for large
> FX. It is not free, but the demo is free, and you may find this
> is enough for one reason or another (haven't tried the new
> v. 6).
I mean you live almost next door, why don't you just drop in and I show
you how nice you see in Shikari which asm instruction belongs to which
line of code in which .cpp :-)) (If compiled with debug stuff export
on, of course)
You can even insert commands in your code to remotely control some of
CHUD's tools to keep their focus on portions of your code. Havn't tried
that, yet, but this sounds, uhm, comfortable...
schrieb bruce tovsky:
> when i tried to mount the image i got a type 95
> error - mountable system not found.
You certainly need MacOS X 10.2, maybe even 10.2.2 and probably the
December 02 Developer Tools. CHUD 2.0 comes as part of these (300MB
download, ugh!) but must be installed seperately. (I'm sooo lucky to
work at university and have lightspeed net access...)
Most of the tools work on every app, regardless which dev environment
you used. In fact, they tell you about every app that's currently
running, if you use them without remote control from within your code.
However, to get the nice stuff like knowing where it's in your code,
you most likely need ProjectBuilder.
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