The UI Strikes Back

Almost 4 years ago, I thought than after the good adoption rate of edLeak from my colleagues, they would love to have a python API to write their own script. Unfortunately, the success has been... very disappointing. The fact is that developers...

Flock now supports Somfy RTS

I recently added an initial support of the Somfy RTS protocol in Flock. Thanks to the rfxcom RFXtrx433e device, this was quite easy. For now only pairing a device and open/close commands are supported. This means that you can now control your...

A Flock Of Things

On the last post, I introduced my new home automation project and the reasons why I started it. This article provides more details on the software running on the concentrator that controls the devices present in the home. As a reminder, here is...

Starting a new project

This blog and my github account have been calm for the last months. This was not because I stopped developing but because I started a new project not published yet: I am currently working on a home automation system (better known as smart home...

The Leak Factor

EdLeak visualization tools greatly help to find memory leaks. However they still require a manual analysis so that the culprits are discovered. Let's see how memory leaks may be found automatically. Automating memory leak detection The idea of an...

A Python Line is Worth 6 JS Lines

here it is: An edLeak Python client is now available. It has all features of the html client (and even more), but required 6 times less lines of code. Why a Python Client ? Until now, the edLeak client was written in Html/Js. This choice was...

One time for the leakers, double up for the callers

EdLeak tracks only one level of callers on the allocation functions that are monitored. This allows to limit as much as possible the monitoring overhead. However sometimes this is not enough to easily find the origin of the memory leak. This is...