There's a newer build of Pin shipped with SDE (Pin 3.1 VERSION: 76241 DATE: Jan 18 2016), but sadly no regular Pin release.perfseeker
I did some digging and it looks like the main difference is a new field called next-ins was added. Beware though: flowgraph.py and edgcnt.cpp are provided asnitzan_mor_sarid
Hi Karl, 1. What version of RHEL are we talking about here? 2. The most likely explanation I can't think of is that, for some reason, your Pintool wasn't builtnitzan_mor_sarid
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