GammaRay Tutorials (Part 2) - How to set up GammaRay on Windows
GammaRay™ is distributed in source form; you can freely download it from https://www.kdab.com/development-resources/qt-tools/gammaray/.
Of course, the first thing we need to do is build GammaRay for your system. This is actually very easy to do; just follow the instructions in this video, which shows you how to build GammaRay on Windows.
GammaRay's build instructions are here: https://github.com/KDAB/GammaRay/wiki/Getting-GammaRay.
If you need to cross-compile it, follow the steps documented here: https://github.com/KDAB/GammaRay/wiki/Cross-compiling-GammaRay.
The example code showcased in this video is available here: https://github.com/KDAB/kdabtv.
This video is presented by Milian Wolff, who is a Senior software engineer at KDAB. Milian leads the R&D in tooling and profiling, in which he has a special interest. He created Massif-Visualizer and heaptrack, both of which are now used regularly to improve the performance of C++ and Qt applications. When not applying his knowledge to improving code base performance for KDAB’s customers, Milian maintains QtWebChannel for the Qt Project and is co-maintainer of the KDevelop IDE. In 2015, Milian won KDE’s Akademy Award for his work on Clang integration.
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