Release Notes: Windows x64 support and memory manager throughput/robustness improvements.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and Java SE 6 Update 41 support.
Release Notes: Bugfixes. Support for Java SE 6u34, Equinox OSGi 3.8, and Eclipse RCP 4.2.
Release Notes: This release adds a bucketful of important bugfixes and Java SE 6 Update 33 support.
Release Notes: Bugfixes. Support for Java SE 6 Update 31.
Release Notes: This is an interim release which enhances performance of optimized applications and improves their stability. It also supports newer versions of Java SE 6, Eclipse RCP, and Apache Tomcat.
Release Notes: Adds support for Java SE 6 Update 24. Addresses customer issues and incorporates stability fixes backported from the development branch.
Release Notes: Builds and application startup were made faster. Usability was enhanced. Java SE 6u20 and Eclipse RCP 3.6 (Helios) are supported.
Release Notes: This release makes it possible to protect Web applications running on Apache Tomcat against reverse engineering and IP theft, and distribute them without the original Jars or WAR files and without dependency on the JDK. Support for multi-app executables enables you to compile several applications into a single executable to simplify deployment and maximize code and data sharing. This release also features improved application performance and an important usability enhancement. Windows 7 is now included in the list of supported platforms.
Release Notes: This version supports the core of the Eclipse Runtime (Equinox OSGi) at the JVM level, enabling developers to compile their Eclipse RCP applications to native code executables and distribute them without the original jar and class files, thus protecting the sensitive code and data from reverse engineering, and preventing tampering with the OSGi bundles. Overall toolchain scalability was improved. JIT compilation was made faster. Usability enhancements were made. Application performance and stability were improved.