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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Linux Kernel Markers

Mathieu Desnoyers <> writes:

> [...] I take for agreed that both static and dynamic tracing are
> useful for different needs and that a full markup must support both
> and combinations, letting the user or the distribution choose.

Elaborating on Ingo's "one mechanism" comments, I believe a marker
widget needs to be generic at run time. We're not just looking for a
way of hiding direct calls to lttng in a marker macro. We're looking
for a way of marking spots & data in a uniform way, then later
(run-time) binding each of those markers to (tools such as) lttng
and/or systemtap.

- FChE
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