callgrind_annotate (1) - Linux Man Pages
callgrind_annotate: post-processing tool for the Callgrind
callgrind_annotate - post-processing tool for the Callgrind
- callgrind_annotate [options] [callgrind-out-file [source-files...]]
- Show summary of options.
- Show version of callgrind_annotate.
--show=A,B,C [default: all]
- Only show figures for events A,B,C.
--threshold=<0--100> [default: 99%]
Percentage of counts (of primary sort event) we are interested in.
callgrind_annotate stops printing functions when the sum of the cost percentage of the printed functions is bigger or equal to the given threshold percentage.
Sort columns by events A,B,C [event column order].
Optionally, each event is followed by a : and a threshold, to specify different thresholds depending on the event.
callgrind_annotate stops printing functions when the sum of the cost percentage of the printed functions for all the events is bigger or equal to the given event threshold percentages.
When one or more thresholds are given via this option, the value of --threshold is ignored.
--show-percs=<no|yes> [default: no]
- When enabled, a percentage is printed next to all event counts. This helps gauge the relative importance of each function and line.
--auto=<yes|no> [default: no]
- Annotate all source files containing functions that helped reach the event count threshold.
--context=N [default: 8]
- Print N lines of context before and after annotated lines.
--inclusive=<yes|no> [default: no]
- Add subroutine costs to functions calls.
--tree=<none|caller|calling|both> [default: none]
- Print for each function their callers, the called functions or both.
- Add dir to the list of directories to search for source files.
Josef Weidendorfer <Josef.Weidendorfer [at] gmx.de>.
This manual page was written by Philipp Frauenfelder <pfrauenf [at] debian.org>.