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derekbruening i#4126: Diagnostics for stuck cross-compile build (#4119)
Adds some diagnostics for stuck cross-compile builds, but when I have them in place the hang does not reproduce.  Since it seems like a strange Travis-specific perl fork issue in any case, I'm putting these in permanently in the hope it is a workaround to avoid the hang.

Fixes #4126
Latest commit eaa3dee Feb 26, 2020


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api i#4120: Add finer controls for drreg restoration (#4121) Feb 25, 2020
clients i#4059 faster Appveyor: No rel-32; shrink drcacheoff tests (#4129) Feb 22, 2020
core i#2666: Decrease MAX_CONTEXT_SIZE for 32-bit to actual value (#4135) Feb 25, 2020
ext i#4123: Look for symbols in special build-id subdir (#4133) Feb 25, 2020
make i#3194: Publish doxygen docs to Github Pages (#4110) Feb 16, 2020
suite i#4126: Diagnostics for stuck cross-compile build (#4119) Feb 27, 2020
third_party i#2861 cronbuilds: Build cronbuilds as official packages (#4089) Feb 9, 2020
tools i#2924 VS2017: Switch Appveyor to VS2017 (#3999) Jan 27, 2020
.appveyor.yml i#4000, i#3235: Simplify documentation building (#4105) Feb 15, 2020
.clang-format i#2876 clang-format: massive reformat of every file (#3093) Jul 8, 2018
.travis.yml i#3194 doc-deploy: Push to master branch Feb 16, 2020
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Add new contributor to acknowledgements (#2215) Feb 23, 2017
CMakeLists.txt i#1730 xc docs: Enable all docs but op lists for cross-compiling (#4107) Feb 15, 2020
CTestConfig.cmake i#2924 VS2017: Switch Appveyor to VS2017 (#3999) Jan 27, 2020
License.txt Update License and README copyright dates. Aug 9, 2014
README i#4021: Add -syntax option to drdisas for x86 (#4028) Feb 3, 2020


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About DynamoRIO

DynamoRIO is a runtime code manipulation system that supports code transformations on any part of a program, while it executes. DynamoRIO exports an interface for building dynamic tools for a wide variety of uses: program analysis and understanding, profiling, instrumentation, optimization, translation, etc. Unlike many dynamic tool systems, DynamoRIO is not limited to insertion of callouts/trampolines and allows arbitrary modifications to application instructions via a powerful IA-32/AMD64/ARM/AArch64 instruction manipulation library. DynamoRIO provides efficient, transparent, and comprehensive manipulation of unmodified applications running on stock operating systems (Windows, Linux, or Android) and commodity IA-32, AMD64, ARM, and AArch64 hardware. Mac OSX support is in progress.

Existing DynamoRIO-based tools

Tools built on DynamoRIO and provided in our release package include:

  • The memory debugging tool Dr. Memory
  • The multi-process cache simulator and memory address trace collection and analysis platform drcachesim
  • The legacy processor emulator drcpusim
  • The "strace for Windows" tool drstrace
  • The code coverage tool drcov
  • The library tracing tool drltrace
  • The disassembly tool drdisas
  • The memory tracing tool memtrace
  • The basic block tracing tool bbbuf
  • The instruction counting tool inscount

Building your own custom tools

DynamoRIO's powerful API abstracts away the details of the underlying infrastructure and allows the tool builder to concentrate on analyzing or modifying the application's runtime code stream. API documentation is included in the release package and can also be browsed online. Slides from our past tutorials are also available.

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