Tue, 08 Aug 2006
.: Leopard features ::

I was lucky enough to get a ticket to attend WWDC this year, and I've been looking over the session schedule to see what the sessions are, when I ran across this interesting little blurb:

DTrace, an open source project which provides insight into the interaction between your code and the OS kernel, is now available as part of Leopard. This session will explain how kernel developers can both take advantage of, and extend, DTrace's functionality to help debug and optimize low-level code.

DTrace in MacOS X? Hell yes!

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