hotspot - The Linux perf GUI for performance analysis.

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This project is a KDAB R&D effort to create a standalone GUI for performance data. As the first goal, we want to provide a UI like KCachegrind around Linux perf. Looking ahead, we intend to support various other performance data formats under this umbrella. The main feature of hotspot is visualizing a perf.data file graphically.

https://github.com/KDAB/hotspot

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