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(New page: <h2> Creating SystemTap Scripts </h2> Create a SystemTap script by selecting <b><u>F</u>ile-><u>N</u>ew</b> in the IDE Perspective. You'll be prompted to enter a name for the file; <i>ma...)
 
 
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Your new file will be open and ready for coding in the Editor pane.<br><br>
 
Your new file will be open and ready for coding in the Editor pane.<br><br>
  
A <a href="../gettingstarted/IDETutorial.html">full length tutorial</a> is also provided in the help pages
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A [[Linux_Tools_Project/Systemtap/User_Guide/ide/IDETutorial.html | IDE Tutorial ]] is also provided in the help pages
 
for a step by step demo.<br><br>
 
for a step by step demo.<br><br>
  
 
For advanced SystemTap langauge help please see the SystemTap Development User's  
 
For advanced SystemTap langauge help please see the SystemTap Development User's  
Guide and <a href="http://sourceware.org/systemtap/documentation.html">the SystemTap website's documentation
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Guide and the documentation available at the SystemTap website's documentation
page.
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page -  http://sourceware.org/systemtap/documentation.html

Latest revision as of 11:01, 9 November 2010

Creating SystemTap Scripts

Create a SystemTap script by selecting File->New in the IDE Perspective. You'll be prompted to enter a name for the file; make sure that you use a .stp extension or else SystemTap GUI will not recognize the file as a SystemTap script and certain editor and run features will not be active. Your new file will be open and ready for coding in the Editor pane.

A IDE Tutorial is also provided in the help pages for a step by step demo.

For advanced SystemTap langauge help please see the SystemTap Development User's Guide and the documentation available at the SystemTap website's documentation page - http://sourceware.org/systemtap/documentation.html

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