Babeltrace python binding
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1 BabelTrace - Trace Format Babel Tower
2 Mathieu Desnoyers, EfficiOS Inc.
3 September 2010
4
5 This project provides trace read and write libraries, as well as a trace
6 converter. A plugin can be created for any trace format to allow its conversion
7 to/from another trace format.
8
9 The main format expected to be converted to/from is the Common Trace
10 Format (CTF). The latest version of the CTF specification can be found at:
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12 git tree: git://git.efficios.com/ctf.git
13 gitweb: http://git.efficios.com/?p=ctf.git
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15 The CE Workgroup of the Linux Foundation, Ericsson, and EfficiOS have
16 sponsored this work.
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18
19 BUILDING
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22 ./bootstrap (skip if using tarball)
23 ./configure
24 make
25 make install
26 ldconfig
27
28 If you do not want Python bindings, run ./configure --disable-python.
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30 DEPENDENCIES
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32
33 To compile Babeltrace, you will need:
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35 gcc 3.2 or better
36 libc6 development librairies
37 (Debian : libc6, libc6-dev)
38 (Fedora : glibc, glibc)
39 glib 2.22 or better development libraries
40 (Debian : libglib2.0-0, libglib2.0-dev)
41 (Fedora : glib2, glib2-devel)
42 uuid development libraries
43 (Debian : uuid-dev)
44 (Fedora : uuid-devel)
45 libpopt >= 1.13 development libraries
46 (Debian : libpopt-dev)
47 (Fedora : popt)
48 python headers (optional)
49 (Debian/Ubuntu : python-dev)
50 swig >= 2.0 (optional)
51 (Debian/Ubuntu : swig2.0)
52
53
54 For developers using the git tree:
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56 This source tree is based on the autotools suite from GNU to simplify
57 portability. Here are some things you should have on your system in order to
58 compile the git repository tree :
59
60 - GNU autotools (automake >=1.10, autoconf >=2.50, autoheader >=2.50)
61 (make sure your system wide "automake" points to a recent version!)
62 - GNU Libtool >=2.2
63 (for more information, go to http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/)
64 - Flex >=2.5.35.
65 - Bison >=2.4.
66
67 If you get the tree from the repository, you will need to use the "bootstrap"
68 script in the root of the tree. It calls all the GNU tools needed to prepare the
69 tree configuration.
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