Popular Embedded Software Observation Platform Features Improvements for Linux Users

16 June 2024

The latest update to Percepio’s Tracealyzer embedded software observability tool has just been announced. Version 4.9 sees significant user experience enhancements in relation to its installation and running on a Linux host computer.

Installation has been made much more straightforward thanks to a new standalone installation package. This means that in most cases the user can be ready to start observation activities in just a few minutes. Another improvement is considerably faster trace loading. The new version also has improved support for LynxOS-178, including the ability to record process data in the TraceRecorder library and group threads by process in the trace view. The TraceRecorder support for Eclipse ThreadX and SAFERTOS has been updated too, with better recorder integration and support the most recent RTOS features resulting. 

“Providing great Linux support is of key importance to us at Percepio. Many software developers prefer Linux, and we have a growing developer community that has contributed with a lot of feedback and testimonials over the years. We are very grateful for their support and want to give back to the Linux community with this Tracealyzer release, where the main objective is improved user experience for Linux users,” states Johan Kraft, Percepio’s CTO.

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