Graphical User Interfaces
One of the most requested features for Valgrind is a graphical user
interface to help with use and configuration.
Valkyrie is a Qt4-based GUI for the Memcheck and Helgrind
tools in the Valgrind 3.6.X line, developed and maintained by the
Valgrind Developers. Valkyrie also includes an auxiliary tool which
merges XML output from multiple Memcheck runs into a single XML file,
and optionally displays the merged result in the GUI. You can see
The complete source code for the current release, including
documentation, is available as a tarball from the
Valgrind download page.
The code under active development is in a Subversion repository (and may not work properly). To check out Valkyrie via anonymous, read-only svn access:
svn co svn://svn.valgrind.org/valkyrie/trunk valkyrie
Several other graphical front-ends have been built for Valgrind. These
are the ones we know about.
by Jeffrey Stedfast.
Alleyoop is a graphical front-end using the Gtk+ widget set and
other GNOME libraries for the X-Windows environment.
lets you use Valgrind as a plugin.
Tool Gear's MemcheckView package provides scripts for running Valgrind's Memcheck tool on serial and parallel (MPI) programs and a Qt-based GUI for interpreting Memcheck's results (requires XML output from Memcheck). The MemcheckView GUI groups the Memcheck messages by error type and allows the viewing of the relevant source code for all levels of each message's call stack. The MemcheckView package and how to use it is described in much more detail here: https://computing.llnl.gov/code/memcheck/.
Eclipse has a GUI plugin to integrate Valgrind into its C++ Development Tools. Information on use and downloads links can be found here: http://www.eclipse.org/linuxtools/projectPages/valgrind/.