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Great to see that zasgar. Monkey patching is pretty gnarly to replace functions at load time or in JVM/.NET CLR. Python is easier. Every version change, the monkey patch has to be updated. But you can get a lot of good value from it in the form of performance charts and call graphs of an application. It would be great value if you could reduce the gnarliness of the monkey patching work and possibly replace it with a simple configuration file. Have to look into eBPF in more detail.



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