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Tracealyzer v4.9 Now Available

Tracealyzer v4.9 Now Available

Tracealyzer v4.9.0 is now available for download. Installation on Linux has been greatly simplified and we have improved the overall user experience on Linux. The tracing support for ThreadX and SafeRTOS has also been updated.

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Help Me—I’m Broken!

Help Me—I’m Broken!

“Going forward, Percepio will stay committed to supporting the development community and follow the trendlines of modern software development,” says Andreas Lifvendahl as he looks back on his first month as Percepio’s CEO.

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Major Improvements Coming for Linux Users

Major Improvements Coming for Linux Users

Linux is nowadays almost as common among software developers as Windows, writes Percepio CTO Johan Kraft. Accordingly, Percepio has been focusing on improving the Tracealyzer experience for Linux users and the upcoming v4.9 release will bring major improvements.

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Every Year, Another Car Gets Built

Every Year, Another Car Gets Built

The Lawrence Technological University (LTU) Formula Electric racing team is a student organization that designs and builds a new electric vehicle from scratch each year. And they use Tracealyzer to debug and optimize the Vehicle Control Unit.

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Help Me—I’m Broken!

New Kid on the Block

“Going forward, Percepio will stay committed to supporting the development community and follow the trendlines of modern software development,” says Andreas Lifvendahl as he looks back on his first month as Percepio’s CEO.

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Crafting A Flight Computer From Scratch

Crafting A Flight Computer From Scratch

In the late summer of 2021, a small, team of electronics students at the Technical University of Munich faced a challenge – to construct their very first in-house designed flight computer entirely from scratch. Fortunately, Tracealyzer was there to help.

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How To Use AUTOSAR Runnables With Tracealyzer

How To Use AUTOSAR Runnables With Tracealyzer

Tracing of AUTOSAR runnables is a fairly new feature in Percepio Tracealyzer, added in v4.7.0. One of our automotive customers needed this feature to simplify ISO 26262 certification of their Electronic Control Unit (ECU) software. Runnable tracing is applicable to all kind of embedded applications, though.

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Tracealyzer 4.8.2 Is Out

Tracealyzer 4.8.2 Is Out

Tracealyzer version 4.8.2 has just been released. This version mainly fixes bugs, such as custom state machine models not being remembered on trace reload, and eliminates a number of compiler warnings in the Recorder source code.

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DevAlert 2.0 Now Available

DevAlert 2.0 Now Available

DevAlert 2.0, a major upgrade to Percepio’s edge observability platform, provides improved diagnostic capabilities, including core dumps for Arm Cortex-M devices. This allows for remote inspection of crashes, errors or security anomalies in full detail.

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Does Tracealyzer fit into my project?

Does Tracealyzer fit into my project?

Every developer wants universally applicable tools for their embedded development. However, hardware (processor type) and software (RTOS) architecture can limit the choice. This is one of the reasons why Software Development Kits (SDKs) are becoming increasingly popular.

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