The most important addition to it is the ability to link to
the event database in order to manipulate traces programmatically
without the visualizer. This is done through a dynamic library
called LibLTT which provides the necessary API to load, analyze
and browse a trace.
Also added is the capability to log custom formatting information
regarding custom events. This information can be retrieved from
the trace using LibLTT and, if needed, modified.
For a more complete rundown of the additions to 0.9.5pre2 take
a look at the news section of the web site.
LTT 0.9.5pre2 can be found here:
P.S.: Unfortunately, I haven't had the time to fix RTAI support
in LTT. However, since the trace statements are now part of
the permanent RTAI CVS, this support should be easier to
provide in the future once the next version of LTT supporting
RTAI is out.
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