1. 06 Nov, 2020 3 commits
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  4. 22 Aug, 2020 1 commit
    • Calvin Buckley's avatar
      Use a common save dialog for exporting call graphs · 6c8fc813
      Calvin Buckley authored
      This lets you pick where the saved call graph visualization should
      go, and what format you wanted it in. Previously, it generated a
      dot file, and on Unix, a PostScript file. This lets you choose a
      dot or PS/PDF file, rendering to an intermediate dot file if needed.
      
      This also changes the context menu in the per-function graph too,
      increasing commonality in code.
      
      More formats can be added as needed.
      
      Possible caveats:
      - QProcess might be blocking.
      6c8fc813
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    • Josef Weidendorfer's avatar
      Bump version number · 238f5b73
      Josef Weidendorfer authored
      Due to the change to KDE5 framework libraries, we
      better increase the version, even though there are
      not really new features.
      238f5b73
  14. 16 Nov, 2016 1 commit
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    • Josef Weidendorfer's avatar
      Allow instructions/source lines to be activated · d1d1041e
      Josef Weidendorfer authored
      The selection mechanism after activation was buggy.
      Now we just reset the selection after activation, and
      every view may decide on its own about a useful selection
      on updating its contents.
      
      The term "activation" is used in KCachegrind when e.g. a new
      function is shown in all visualization views; a "selection" is
      just a selected item within a visualization.
      d1d1041e
  23. 13 Oct, 2013 1 commit
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    • Pino Toscano's avatar
      use xdg-open instead of kghostview · c2b9d1a3
      Pino Toscano authored
      instead of hardcoding kghostview as PS viewer, use xdg-open (which will open the default handler);
      still not ideal (it should properly use temporary files and different QProcess'es for the tasks), but better than nothing for now
      CCBUG: 201751
      c2b9d1a3
  26. 30 Oct, 2012 1 commit
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    • Josef Weidendorfer's avatar
      Load multiple files on command line into one window · 6dfd4ad8
      Josef Weidendorfer authored
      Previously, if you had multiple profile data files in the
      current directory, and did
      
      	kcachegrind *
      
      it loaded every file into a separate new toplevel window, which
      for sure is not expected. It only works with local, uncompressed
      files for now.
      The change also is done for qcachegrind.
      
      svn path=/trunk/KDE/kdesdk/kcachegrind/; revision=1320828
      6dfd4ad8
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    • Josef Weidendorfer's avatar
      QCachegrind: remove reload/triggerDump actions · 162a505b
      Josef Weidendorfer authored
      The triggerDump action correctly should use callgrind_control.
      The previous implementation with a command file does not work
      with upcoming callgrind releases. And 'Reload' only was meant
      after new profiles were generated, so not really needed.
      
      svn path=/trunk/KDE/kdesdk/kcachegrind/; revision=1238685
      162a505b