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Using Visual Studio?
Then there is a free profiler at:
http://www.compuware.com/products/devpartner/profiler/default.asp

Its the community edition of DevPartner Profiler.
It supports VC++ .Net, C#, Visual Basic .NET and JScript .Net

[edited by - Geron on October 16, 2003 8:31:39 AM]

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All the better to profile you with.


I just wanted to say I use DevPartner, and it''s a fantastic profiler. Another one you can look into is AMD''s CodeAnalyst.

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You could always write your own, they''re not too hard.

(I think Enginuity3 has a homebrew profiler you could look at).

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All the better to profile you with.
Nice one.

gprof aswell ofcourse.
apparently intel''s vtune is the best, but ive never used it.

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Now I have found out the MSVC++ profiler, I have enable it and rebuild a project and tested it, the profile data appears in the output log.

But thanks any way guys!

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