[FRPythoneers] Re: [Rtl]Kiwi: a powerfull temporal trace viewer.

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Mon Jul 7 10:23:43 MDT 2003

In the REAL-TIME-linux (rtl) camp there is also interest in Kiwi.
Is it really fast?  And with a python interface?  So how do
we get python into rtl?

Perhaps Jeff's port of [erstwhile Palm] python for embedded systems would do!

The source is to be found as Reduced Python at:

gcc is used for compiling rtl, except for SMP, when kgcc is used.


So then we could have a talk series -- .  

On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 12:02:35 +0200
Jose Ismael Ripoll Ripoll <ismael.ripoll at disca.upv.es> wrote:

> Hello,
> Kiwi is a graphic application which displays tasks execution trace logs. It 
> has been entirely written in Tcl/TK, which makes it very portable. Its main 
> features are: impressive zoom, rich set of graphical elements, output to eps 
> files, events driven navigation and full customizable colors. Kiwi is mainly 
> focused on real-time systems, but you can use it for represent any kind of 
> concurrent application or system.
> This tool has been extensively used during the porting of GNAT to RTLinux-GPL. 
> Kiwi combined with POSIX trace (also available to RTLinux-GPL) is THE 
> definitive temporal-debugging framework for real-time applications. 
> Written by Agustin Espinosa at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia.
> It is GPL, and can be downloaded from: 
> http://rtportal.upv.es/apps/kiwi/
> Ismael.
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