Tracealyzer visualize recordings of the RTOS and selected events from your application. This is explained through more than 20 graphical views, that are interconnected and intuitive to use. This can be used as a lab tool during debug sessions, or deployed as a crash recorder in field testing or post-release, assuming storage on the device.
Tracealyzer shows you the “big picture”, high-level views that complement the detailed debugger view. You may have used a trace tool before, but this is something extra. We are unique in focusing on trace visualization and have put years of dedication and passion for the subject into this tool, featuring 20+ innovative views with different perspectives of the trace. The views are designed to be intuitive to read, and are interconnected – you click in one view to open or focus another view on the clicked location. It is best experienced live, so download and try it now – a demo trace is included.
Tracealyzer for On Time RTOS-32 uses the already available kernel trace feature in On Time RTOS-32, which normally generates text files. Percepio provides a utility for exporting the internal trace data to a new XML format instead, that is then opened in Tracealyzer for On Time RTOS-32.
Read more about the Trace Exporter here.
Tracealyzer for On Time RTOS-32 can be downloaded here. The application can be evaluated for 30 days, and a demo trace is included for a quick start.
Licensing options and pricing is available here.