You need to use PyPy to run this. To get started, using a recent virtualenv (1.6.1 or newer), virtualenvwrapper, and a recent PyPy.

PyPy versions correspond to jitviewer tags, so pypy-1.9 tag in jitviewer means it works with pypy 1.9.

On Mac OSX you will also need to install binutils, to make objdump available.

To create a virtualenv (note that mkvirtualenv only accepts absolute paths):

mkvirtualenv --python=/path/to/pypy pypy-viewer

Now install the dependencies:

pip install -r requirements.txt


python develop

It also requires pypy to be importable (as in source code), you can do this by setting your PYTHONPATH enviroment variable. Make sure that this source code is (roughly) the same version as the binary pypy that produced the log file.

Finally, run it: log.pypylog

where log.pypylog is a logfile generated by PYPYLOG=jit-log-opt,jit-backend:log.pypylog pypy <args>. An example log file comes with a checkout.