You can export RapiTime and RapiTimeZero results in a variety of formats, making it easy to share results with people without access to these tools.
You can configure exports in the following formats:
- Plain text - text file summarizing the timing data for each source file and providing detailed timing data on every execution of each function
- Comma/Semicolon separated values - including the same information as the plain text format, these make it easy to import your results into a spreadsheet application for further processing
- XML - this lists results like the plain text format, and is useful if you want to apply sophisticated post-processing of your test data
If you're using RapiTime or RapiTimeZero to produce results for a DO-178 or ISO 26262 project, you can rest assured that exported results are suitable for submission as certification evidence.