perf

Description:Userland tools for Linux Performance Counters
License: GPL-2
Homepage:https://perf.wiki.kernel.org/
Location:Portage
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USE flags

  • audit - Enable support for Linux audit subsystem using sys-process/audit
  • clang - Enable builtin clang and LLVM support
  • crypt - Add support for encryption -- using mcrypt or gpg where applicable
  • debug - Enable extra debug codepaths, like asserts and extra output. If you want to get meaningful backtraces see https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Project:Quality_Assurance/Backtraces
  • demangle - Enable C++ symbol name demangling, using libbfd from sys-devel/binutils. When this flag is enabled, the package will have to be rebuilt after every version bump of binutils.
  • doc - Build documentation and man pages. With this USE flag disabled, the --help parameter for perf and its sub-tools will not be available. This is optional because it depends on a few documentation handling tools that are not always welcome on user systems.
  • gtk - Add support for x11-libs/gtk+ (The GIMP Toolkit)
  • java - Add support for Java
  • kernel_linux - KERNEL setting for system using the Linux kernel
  • lzma - Support for LZMA (de)compression algorithm
  • ncurses - Add ncurses support (console display library)
  • numa - Enable NUMA support
  • perl - Add support for Perl as a scripting language for perf tools.
  • python - Add optional support/bindings for the Python language
  • python_single_target_python2_6 - Build for Python 2.6 only
  • python_single_target_python2_7 - Build for Python 2.7 only
  • python_targets_python2_6 - Build with Python 2.6 (removed)
  • python_targets_python2_7 - Build with Python 2.7
  • slang - Add support for the slang text display library (it's like ncurses, but different)
  • systemtap - Add support to define SDT event in perf tools.
  • unwind - Use sys-libs/libunwind for frame unwinding support.
  • zlib - Add support for zlib (de)compression

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