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Valkyrie is an open-source graphical user interface for the Valgrind 3.3.X line. Valkyrie uses the Qt widget library, and is based on Valgrind`s XML output capabilities. Valkyrie is designed for simplicity and ease of use, whilst allowing access to the full range of Valgrind command-line options.
Valgui, an extensive interface for Valgrind
MemcheckView is a GUI front end for Valgrind's Memcheck tool, which can detect a comprehensive set of memory errors, including reads and writes of unallocated or freed memory, reads of unitialized memory, and memory leaks.
Alleyoop is a graphical front-end to the increasingly popular Valgrind memory checker for the x86 and x86_64 flavors of Linux using the Gtk+ widget set and other GNOME libraries for the X-Windows environment.
Avalanche overviewAutomatically finds critical software errors Generates "input of death" for each detected error Tracks the flow of "tainted" data in the program Iteratively generates a sequence of inputs to increase the coverage and find new errors Implements dynamic analysis based on open-source Valgrind framework, and STP (Simple Theorem Prover) Runs on x86/Linux and x86_64/Linux See Project Wiki for detailed description, list of detected bugs and usage samples. You can contact us on mailing
IntroductionCallgrind is a tool based on valgrind which shows call graphs for C applications. It is very useful for profiling C applications. This project provides a modification for callgrind so that calls to Python functions from C will show the name of Python functions rather than the internal C functions used inside Python. It makes profiling an application which mixes C and Python calls a lot easier. InstallationUbuntu packageIf you use ubuntu lucid, you can directly download the provided d
Callspector helps developers to compare callgrinds generated files.
Chronicle records every memory and register write in the execution of a Linux process, using Valgrind to instrument execution at the machine code and system call level. These events are indexed and compressed; from the resulting database the Chronicle query tool can efficiently reconstruct the state of memory and/or registers at any point during the execution. Additional queries such as "when was the last write to location X before time T" and "when was location X executed between times T1 and T
Flayer is a Valgrind tool which provides bit-precise dynamic taint analysis of input to a target application. In addition, it allows this flow to be altered irrespective of content through the modification of conditional jump (if clauses) and function call behavior. In addition, a small, Python wrapper library, LibFlayer, is included. It provides an easy interface for automation. This is a proof of concept implementation, but it is fully functional. Please check it out!