Trace the Library and System Calls a Program Makes
Ltrace is a program that runs the specified command until it exits. It
intercepts and records the dynamic library calls that are called by the
executed process and the signals that are received by that process. It
can also intercept and print the system calls executed by the program.
The program to trace need not be recompiled for this, so you can use
ltrace on binaries for which you do not have access to the source.
This is still a work in progress, so, for example, the tracking to
child processes may fail or some things may not work as expected.
Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
|_link||0000000119 119 Bytes||over 2 years|
|arm-trace.patch||0000000461 461 Bytes||almost 5 years|
|baselibs.conf||0000000056 56 Bytes||over 14 years|
|gcc9-Wlto-type-mismatch.patch||0000000467 467 Bytes||over 3 years|
|gcc9-printf-s-null-argument.patch||0000000449 449 Bytes||over 3 years|
|lens-double-free.patch||0000000552 552 Bytes||over 3 years|
|ltrace-0.7.91-gea8928d.tar.bz2||0000281282 275 KB||over 6 years|
|ltrace.changes||0000020216 19.7 KB||over 2 years|
|ltrace.spec||0000003119 3.05 KB||over 2 years|
|ppc-ptrace.patch||0000000298 298 Bytes||over 4 years|
|readdir.patch||0000001075 1.05 KB||about 6 years|