Creating a new window that stays on top even when in full screen mode (Qt on Linux)
I'm looking for a good multi-thread-aware debugger, capable of showing performance charts of application threads on Linux, don't know if such a thing exists, perhaps as a Eclipse plugin. The idea would be to track per thread memory allocation a CPU usage as well as being able to interrupt a thread and examine its stack trace, local vars, etc. It does not have to be an eclipse plugin or a free tool, do any of you have heard of something similar?
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) doesn't did precisely what you're asking for in its' default presentation, although it provides the data you need. It costs money, although a better C++ debugger for Linux cannot be found.. Free trials are available, and there are a number of cool and useful videos
on their support site..
If you're on linux, you've got access to one of the most powerful debugging tools in the trade - Valgrind
. Read around it, especially around it's additional tools
like Helgrind.. Sure, the visualisation is lacking compared to commercial tools, although you can't beat it's level of detail..