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Trace Compass/Project Meetings/2016-10-28

Attendees

  • Alexandre Montplaisir (Efficios)
  • Patrick Tasse (Ericsson)
  • Naser Ezzati (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal)
  • Marc-Andre Laperle (Ericsson)
  • Loic Prieur Devron (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal)
  • Jean-Christian Kouame (Ericsson)
  • Bernd Hufmann (Ericsson)
  • Genevieve Bastien (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal)
  • Matthew Khouzam (Ericsson)

Meeting URL

https://hangouts.google.com/call/vcolmrjd3fhfnkipp2qqvchdqye

Update @ Ericsson

  • More testing to reduce amount of manual tests.
  • Sent out 4th year student project proposals.
  • (reminder) Updating n&n should be more regular.
  • Presented at tracing summit, like everyone else. ;)
  • Presenting at ECS soon.
    • Booth for tracecompass and more!
  • Reduced review capacity in near future, let's discuss this.
  • Merged Local Stats
  • Merged some icons
  • Deprecating Timegraph combo completely. TimeGraphViewer now supports columns.
    • Technical issues for demo.

Update @ Efficios

  • pin and clone
  • trace crop
    • using babeltrace
  • Time intersection
    • Discussion on export.

Update @ Poly

  • Work on Gabriel's custom charts, ready for review
  • Segment store on disk (to be discussed in a separate point)
  • Some patches to improve Trace Compass's error handling (gerrit topic : error-recovery)
  • Generic callstacks coming
  • Tracing summit.

Investigation for a web front-end

There's a 4th year student doing a project (1 year: ~4 hours/week), in the lab, helping Naser with visualizing data from lamp analysis. He has a background in web development and would like to look at web frontends.

Segment store on disk

Can be kept for the end of the meeting

  • Status and future work, how we go forward

https://git.eclipse.org/r/#/c/75358/

Genevieve's Proposal: move state system backend to segment store. Alex: make a common plug-in with the items in common. Matthew: make sure we have the right datastructure Loic: R-Tree works well for both.

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