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Vector Fabrics Support Mar 5 • Product news and updates / Announcements
This release extends Pareon's supported analysis platforms with the ARM Android platform for Android versions 4.0 up to 4.4 (corresponding to Android API levels 14 - 19). To facilitate analysis on an Android device you can set up a socket connection between the host and target device. Please see the help documentation for details.
We also extended the supported host platforms from Ubuntu 12.04 to include Ubuntu 14.04.
We improved support for building and analyzing applications that have build systems tailored to the 'clang' compiler. The Vector Fabrics 'vfclang' compiler is a drop-in replacement for 'clang'. The existing 'vfcc' compiler is a drop-in replacement for 'gcc'.
We reduced the size of executables generated by the vfcc/vfclang compiler and reduced the memory consumption for analyzing applications.
Finally we fixed various issues and implemented some usability improvements. In particular, we simplified and clarified the refactoring steps generated by Pareon's UI.
Vector Fabrics Support December 8, 2014 • Product news and updates / Announcements
This release brings a speedup in execution and analysis of instrumented multi-threaded programs. We also extended support for signal handling and improved the presentation of signals and threads in the Profile views of Pareon. Finally we fixed various issues and implemented some usability improvements.
Vector Fabrics Support September 5, 2014 • Product news and updates / Announcements
This release fixes a few minor issues and adds more detailed information about components in the architecture pane.
Vector Fabrics Support August 22, 2014 • Product news and updates / Announcements
This release further improves the stability and robustness of Pareon's compilation/analysis front-end, especially in the realm of signal handling, support for POSIX threads, and mixed vfcc/native compilation.
We added a new histogram type that shows the variance in execution duration of loop iterations. This is important information for deciding whether loops can run efficiently in parallel. We also added an option to view dependencies between functions and loops of choice. This is useful to assess whether these functions and loops communicate data between one another.
Finally, we improved performance of the compiler back-end and partitioning analysis, and fixed various small issues.
Note: This release is only supported on Ubuntu 12.04 host platforms. Please contact email@example.com for information about support for other platforms.