On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 12:29:06PM -0300, Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo wrote:
> Em Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 09:25:00AM +0100, Peter Zijlstra escreveu:
> > On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 10:35:58PM +0800, Jin Yao wrote:
> > > Unlike the perf report interactive annotate mode, the perf annotate
> > > doesn't display the LBR data.
> > > perf record -b ...
> > > perf annotate function
> > > It should show IPC/cycle, but it doesn't.
> > There is far more than IPC/cycle for the LBR data, so this Changelog is
> > misleading.
> > Also, I think that this patch goes the wrong way, we should reduce the
> > divergence of the various modes, not make it worse.
> Right, Peter, what would you think if I made --stdio use the same
> routines used to format the TUI, i.e. stdio would be equal to the TUI
> modulo de navigation/jump arrows, etc.
Ideally we'd share the whole lot between stdio/TUI/GUI. That said, I
think stdio currently has a bunch of features that the other lack (my
> We would have switches to provide the TUI output options that make sense
> for non-interactive mode, like:
> J Toggle showing number of jump sources on targets
> o Toggle disassembler output/simplified view
> s Toggle source code view
> t Circulate percent, total period, samples view
> k Toggle line numbers
I really have no idea what you're talking about; this is because I've
just _never_ seen TUI mode. I exclusively use stdio.
> I think that this new mode with "dissassembler output" would be the same
> as the current --stdio, I'll check.
When I did the LBR coverage stuff I only did stdio; at the time we
talked about merging all this further, and IIRC you said you had
something like that on the TODO already so I left it there.
> This way there would never be any drift amongst the output modes and we
> would have less work to do when implementing new stuff like this LBR
Yes, I think that's the right direction, but I fear there's quite a bit
of work before we're at that point.
My only fear is that the resulting output code will be impenetrable,
there's a reason I only ever touch stdio output :/