[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: vacuum: extract graph representations of
ghc heap values.
duane.johnson at gmail.com
Wed Apr 1 21:20:01 EDT 2009
That looks pretty neat. Can you explain a little more about what I'm
seeing in these visualizations, and where this kind of visualization
would be most useful? (Debugging, algorithm tuning, etc.)?
On Mar 30, 2009, at 10:54 PM, Matt Morrow wrote:
> I am pleased to announce the release of vacuum, a Haskell library
> for extracting graph
> representations of values from the GHC heap, which may then be
> further processed and/or
> translated to Graphviz dot format to be visualized.
> The package website is at http://moonpatio.com/vacuum/, which
> contains a gallery section
> (which i intend to add to over time).
> The most recent version is 0.0.6, which is available on Hackage:
> Feedback, comments, and/or gallery submissions will be gratefully
> received via this email
> address (contrary to the email address currently on the vacuum
> Hackage page (i fail at
> setting up email :)).
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