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[avr-gcc-list] Special Statistics-Measuring code?

From: Bob Paddock
Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Special Statistics-Measuring code?
Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 08:27:07 -0400
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Is it possible to do this with AVR-GCC?:

"The project team used a GNU-C compiler to build special statistics-measuring
code into the binary executables. A program built with profiling support
generates a gmon.out file that contains statistics it gathers while the program is running. The gprof utility, which interprets the gmon.out file, generates
text files that indicate how many times a function executed and the overall
time spent in a function."


"Architectural-design considerations for implementing hardware acceleration
Exploiting hybrid software/hardware parallelism in algorithm-hardware
accelerations can yield significant performance gains over a function-replacement approach."
By Ian Ferguson, QuickLogic -- EDN, 9/29/2005


There would be some obvious issues like where to build the 'gmon.out' file in AVR device
that would have to be worked out.

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