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Analysis tools for QNX

Posted on 2014-02-26
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(Hello, I thought there was a zone for QNX at some point, but can't find it now... asking anyway:)

Was wondering if anyone had any good experience with static and dynamic analysis tools for QNX.  Specifically:

* static analysis to determine complexity of modules
* dynamic analysis to determine dynamic memory allocation, stack depths, CPU utilization and watch dog timing?

Free or proprietary, by QNX or third party doesn't matter (although obviously we'd choose the less expensive one if all else equal).

Any thoughts or recommendations appreciated (looking for informed opinions/testimonials, rather than web search results... appreciate it.)

Thanks very much.
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QNX got so locked and closed recently ...
Like this?
http://www.qnx.com/developers/docs/6.4.1/ide_en/user_guide/sysprof.html
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