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SubjectRe: [PATCH 4/6] perf script: dump software events too

On 03/01/2011 07:09 AM, Frederic Weisbecker wrote:
> That's not on the right place. This is going to print the events even
> when we launch scripts. We only want to print them when we launch
> perf script without a script, which falls back to printing events
> (look at default_scripting_ops).
> Like I suggested you, it's better to extend struct
> scripting_ops::process_event()
> to take the whole event and let the handler decide what to do.
> Python and Perl scripting engines can just extract the raw sample and
> do like they did before.
> But print_event(), which is the process_event() handler for the
> default_scripting_ops,
> can handle the new printing features.
> That's also more flexible, this lets Python and Perl scripting engines
> be extendable
> to handle the rest of the event later.

I don't follow what you mean.

This is the same place that tracepoints are dumped. In the
PERF_TYPE_TRACEPOINT case process_event == print_event which dumps the
lines to stdout.

I came in added a switch that invokes a different handler for software
events. Software events will be processed differently than tracepoint.
The print_event function and its pretty_print function are not designed
to dump software events (and eventually hardware events).


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