node-corevis - Generate HTML based on information gathered with mdb(1) from a node.js core dump

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Run any of the examples to generate a core dump, then use corevis to make an HTML file with analysis.

https://github.com/Voxer/node-corevis

Dependencies:

ejs : ~1.0.0
latest : ^0.2.0
posix-getopt : ^1.1.0

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