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YourKit Java Profiler 2.1 Beta: totally reworked IDE integration

 
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YourKit Java Profiler 2.1 Beta preview (build 302) is available at
http://www.yourkit.com/preview/index.jsp. You can download and try it for free.



Build 302 introduces totally reworked IDE integration and other improvements:
  • IDE integration: automated and simplified plugin installation - no manual configuration is required
  • IDE integration: more IDEs are supported: JDeveloper 10g (ver. 9.0.5) and Eclipse 3.0 plugins are now available in addition to IntelliJ IDEA and JBuilder supported in YourKit Java Profiler 2.0
  • IDE integration: ability to run profiling-enabled applications from IDE (not

  • implemented for IntelliJ IDEA yet)
  • "Control Panel": to connect to locally running application, simply choose it in lookup

  • window
  • memory profiling: for class you can see its loader, protection domain and signers

  • objects

    The list of all improvements and features planned for 2.1 can be found at
    http://www.yourkit.com/preview/index.jsp



    We welcome your feedback at support@yourkit.com



    Best regards,

    YourKit Team
 
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