Tool for exploring CHERI and BERI streamtraces.
When you clone this repository, make sure that you pass the
--recurse-submodules flag to
git. This will ensure that you have the copy
of the cheritrace library that CheriVis is tested with as a submodule.
On any normal UNIX-like platform, CheriVis builds with GNUstep Make. If you have the core GNUstep libraries installed, then you should just be able to run [g]make to build.
You will need to have built the cheritrace library installed before you build,
Build subdirectory of the
cheritrace directory. The resulting .so
file will be included in the
Building on Mac OS X
On OS X, there is an XCode project. This does not build the cheritrace library, so you must build that with CMake first. The following sequence of steps should work:
$ git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/CTSRD-CHERI/CheriVis.git $ cd CheriVis/cheritrace/ $ mkdir Build $ cd Build $ cmake .. -DLLVM_CONFIG=path/to/CHERI-LLVM/llvm-config $ make $ cd ../.. $ xcodebuild
You should now have a working
build/Release/CheriVis.app. For more complex
build configurations or to edit the code, open the XCode project.