Fedora Update Notification
2008-09-24 12:31:17

Name        : google-perftools
Product     : Fedora 9
Version     : 0.99.1
Release     : 1.fc9
URL         : http://code.google.com/p/google-perftools/
Summary     : Very fast malloc and performance analysis tools
Description :
Perf Tools is a collection of performance analysis tools, including a
high-performance multi-threaded malloc() implementation that works
particularly well with threads and STL, a thread-friendly heap-checker,
a heap profiler, and a cpu-profiler.

Update Information:

* Add IsHeapProfileRunning (csilvers)  * Add C shims for some of the C++ header
files (csilvers)  * Fix heap profile file clean-up logic (maxim)  * Rename
linuxthreads.c to .cc for better compiler support (csilvers)  * Add source info
to disassembly in pprof (sanjay)  * Use open instead of fopen to avoid memory
alloc (csilvers)  * Disable malloc extensions when running under valgrind (kcc)
* BUG FIX: Fix out-of-bound error by reordering a check (larryz)  * Add Options
struct to ProfileData (cgd)  * Correct PC-handling of --base in pprof (csilvers)
* Handle 1 function occurring twice in an image (sanjay)  * Improve stack-data
cleaning (maxim)  * Use 'struct Foo' to make header C compatible (csilvers)  *
Add 'total' line to pprof --text (csilvers)  * Pre-allocate buffer for heap-
profiler to avoid OOM errors (csilvers)  * Allow a few more env-settings to
control tcmalloc (csilvers)  * Document some of the issues involving thread-
local storage (csilvers)  * BUG FIX: Define strtoll and friends for windows

* Mon Sep 22 2008 Tom "spot" Callaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> - 0.99.1-1
- update to 0.99.1
- previous patches in 0.98-1 were taken upstream
* Mon Aug 25 2008 Tom "spot" Callaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> - 0.98-1
- update to 0.98
- fix linuxthreads.c compile (upstream issue 74)
- fix ppc compile (upstream issue 75)
- enable ppc

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update google-perftools' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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