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    • Josef Weidendorfer's avatar
      Fix hiding of columns for recent Qt versions · c6daa884
      Josef Weidendorfer authored
      To hide QTreeView colums, KCachegrind always used to set
      the corresponding column widths to 0. However, this
      does not work on recent Qt versions which enforce a
      minimum column width by default (ie. columns stay visible).
      
      So better use the correct way of hiding a column by
      calling setColumnHidden(). This also should work for
      old Qt versions.
      
      Change {Call|Instr|Source}View accordingly.
      c6daa884
    • Josef Weidendorfer's avatar
      Customization of "objdump" command for instruction view · 1a504f73
      Josef Weidendorfer authored
      "objdump" is called to disassemble code from an object file
      for showing machine code in the instruction view.
      To e.g. support "objdump" from LLVM or on MacOS, or to change
      shown x86 instruction format from AT&T to Intel, the template
      string for calling "objdump" can be changed by setting
      the OBJDUMP_FORMAT environment variable.
      
      If not set, the command format defaults to
        "objdump  -C -d --start-address=0x%1 --stop-address=0x%2 %3"
      
      Before execution, the following strings will be replaced:
         %1 with hex start address
         %2 with hex end address
         %3 with name of object file
      
      As the "objdump" command on MacOS (from LLVM) does not support "-C"
      to ask for demangling of C++ symbols, OBJDUMP_FORMAT needs to be
      set to "objdump -d --start-address=0x%1 --stop-address=0x%2 %3".
      1a504f73
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