|author||Jorge Acereda <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Nov 09 22:37:38 2015 +0100|
|committer||Jorge Acereda <email@example.com>||Mon Nov 09 22:37:38 2015 +0100|
Linux build broken
This tool injects code into other applications in order to trace file accesses.
This can be useful for things like build systems, since it allows to automatically generate dependencies in a toolchain-agnostic way or to ensure declared dependencies match the real ones.
On Windows, type
build.bat to compile
fsatrace.exe and associated DLLs
fsatrace64.dll. The build script assumes VS 2015 is installed, if that's not the case just edit it so it can find the correct location of
On Unix, type
make to generate a
Make sure the .dll or .so files are in the same path as the executable and run:
fsatrace <output-file> -- <command>
Newline-separated sequence with the following possibilities: