However on my Windows machine a html trace is rendered correctly without errors in Chrome 49.0.2623.112.
Can anyone help me sort out this issue?
As a temporary workaround you can use the following approach:
- Save the .html dump file to disk
- Open tab in chrome
- Load file in the tracing console
In Chrome 49 there was a warning about Object.observe being deprecated.
In Chrome 50 they finally removed it.
Unfortunately, the systrace in Android platform-tools didn’t follow-up. In the latest version (I tried Android SDK platform-tools 24 rc2) it is still generating html reports with Object.observe in it, so starting from Chrome 50 we’re not able to open any of the reports.
I guess one way is to use a pre-50 release of Chrome.
to the head section of HTML document with trace makes it work in Chrome 50+
Systrace in Android SDK is outdated. You can use the systrace from the AOSP project:
git clone https://android.googlesource.com/platform/external/chromium-trace