The Percepio office will close on 23 December and open again Monday 3 January. We will be monitoring email, and in particular the support and sales emails, over the holidays but expect response times to be a bit longer than usual.
Tracealyzer v4.5.3 Is Out
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.5.3, with a number of bug fixes for both application and recorder.
Tracealyzer v4.5.2 Is Out
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.5.2, with stability and layout improvements for Tracealyzer running on Linux hosts.
Tracealyzer v4.5.1 Is Out
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.5.1, with major stability and rendering improvements for Tracealyzer running on Linux hosts.
Video: All the News In Tracealyzer 4.5
Two weeks ago we released version 4.5 of Percepio Tracealyzer with a lot of new features in it. Now you can watch Percepio FAE Kristoffer Martinsson as he presents the new features in this video.
Tracealyzer v4.5 Is Out
We have released Tracealyzer version 4.5 with support for Espressif’s ESP32 MCUs and for Zephyr RTOS, with other improvements as well.
Tracealyzer streaming over ARM ITM with Lauterbach µTrace
Read the new Percepio Application Note PA-033 to learn how to leverage the ITM support using a Lauterbach TRACE32/µTrace debugger for visual trace diagnostics and analysis in Tracealyzer.
Tracealyzer Version 4.4.2 Is Out With Support for Azure RTOS ThreadX SMP
Percepio announces Tracealyzer Tracealyzer version 4.4.2, with support for symmetric multiprocessing systems running Azure RTOS ThreadX SMP. The new release also brings improved support for trace streaming over STLINK-V3 debug probes.
Tracealyzer – more than a debugging tool
In our new blog series Hands On, which launches today, we will examine many ways that developers can Tracealyzer besides debugging.
Analyzing communication and data flow in an unknown software stack
One of the biggest problems in embedded development today is understanding what a software stack or demo that you didn’t write is doing. In this post, we’ll examine how we can find this out using the Tracealyzer communication flow diagram.
Verifying Task Timing and Scheduling
Quite a few embedded software developers don’t know whether their applications meet their timing requirements. In today’s Tracealyzer Hands On post, we will explore how to use Tracealyzer to verify task timing and scheduling.
Identifying Memory Leaks Through Tracing
Have you ever seen your embedded system behave strangely and had that sinking feeling that you might have a memory leak? Tracealyzer offers several different methods to detect memory leaks.