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Hello, all. It took some effort to find this list. :-) The Shark 3.0 User Guide describes spatch files. Those files enable Shark to map address ranges to symbols. That's very handy for languages like Lisp (and Smalltalk and such) that generate code at runtime. I can find no mention of spatch files in the 4.x User Guide, but there is a passing reference to them in the shark man page. And the shark command-line utility still lists SHARK_SEARCH_PATH_PATCH_FILES when you run "shark -e". Finally, I found one posting somewhere that said spatch files were quietly dropped in 4.6. So my question is: does anyone know whether or not spatch files are supported in 4.6? If not, is there an alternative? For example, is it possible to install 4.5 alongside 4.6, or (even better) is there some other way to generate a similar file that 4.6 will use? Thanks, Michael. _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. PerfOptimization-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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