I have problems using Vtune Analyzer to profile a an open source project (the origami tool TreeMaker to be specific) which has been build using the MinGW-Compiler for the Win-64-bit plattform.When building the project I have specified the compiler flag "-g3".In the vtune project settings I have specified the directory which include the source files.
After runing the VTune analyzer I see a call stack full of [treemaker.exe] and no function names. An when clicking on one of these items I get an error "Failed to show source and assembly code."How can I get more information what is going wrong?Does anyone have experience with using VTune in combination with MinGW?Thanks,Constantin
Now you can use VTune to profile your windows apps builded with gcc. Download the latest version of VTune and pass the next options to gcc: "-g3 -gdwarf-2".