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NetBeans Profiler Team Announces The Availability of the Profiler Milestone 8 Release for NetBeans 4.1

The NetBeans Profiler is an add-on to NetBeans IDE is tightly integrated into the IDE work flow

The NetBeans Profiler team announced the availability of the Profiler Milestone 8 release for NetBeans 4.1.

The NetBeans Profiler is an add-on to NetBeans IDE adding a full-featured CPU, memory and threads profiling capabilities, tightly integrated into the IDE work flow. Visit http://profiler.netbeans.org to download or get more information.

Key features of Profiler Milestone 8 for NetBeans 4.1:

* Support for JDK 1.4.2, JDK 5.0 (starting from Update 4) and JDK 6.0
* Tight integration into the IDE work flow
* Low overhead profiling utilizing the JFluid technology
* Task-based approach to simplify profiling
* CPU Performance profiling
* Memory profiling & memory leak detection

* Threads profiling
* Attaching to running (deployed) application
* Ability to save snapshots and process them offline

What's new in the Milestone 8 release:

* Improved profiling for J2EE applications and Applets
* Better support for Sun Java Application Server
* Ability to take results snapshot before the profiled application exits
* Improved navigation in profiling results, searching in Call trees
* Profiling JUnit tests
* (As always) Large number of bugfixes

Complete list of new features, enhancements and bugfixes can be found at http://profiler.netbeans.org/docs/help/whatsnew-m8.html

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JDJ News Desk 08/16/05 08:14:50 AM EDT

NetBeans Profiler Team Announces The Availability of the Profiler Milestone 8 Release for NetBeans 4.1