Release Notes: Some minor improvements come with this intermediate release: where_used pages now also list the name of calling objects and link to their JavaDoc reference (if possible/available), and alternating row colors are now also used in where_used tables. Additionally, some potential division by zero errors have been fixed.
Release Notes: Smarter progress indicators have been added, and a lot of work went into the dependency graphs again. From the latter, you now can select up to four different graphs: all of them, only some, or none.
Release Notes: The major change in this version is Dependency graphs, which can be created automatically, provided Graphviz is installed. They are still experimental. Moreover, the last remaining tabs have been removed from the code, so there shouldn't be any "indentation errors" anymore (as have been reported on some systems).
Release Notes: This release uses gettext to offer multi-language support. The distribution archive ships with English and German. A few more JavaDoc tags are supported: @since, @ignore, @uses, and @throws.
Release Notes: Some small improvements were made. where_used links and alternating row colors have been added to the file (details) pages. "Describing" JavaDoc elements (those with just one "text" option) can now be used repeatedly for the same object (e.g. for multiple todo items). Additionally, the where_used scan and full package list creation have been optimized.
Release Notes: There are some minor enhancements: it is now possible to enable basic verification of function/procedure parameters against JavaDoc (parameter count). The statistics page has been extended by object and javadoc statistics as well as some pie charts for visualization. In lists, row colors are now alternating to make long lists better readable.
Release Notes: This release adds two major features: Basic JavaDoc verification stuff (which allow you to define mandatory tags, for example) and calculation of "lines of code" and some more statistics. Results in both cases can be displayed in additional pages. Additionally, the "false positives" with "local where_used" have been hopefully fixed.
Release Notes: The missing function/procedure JavaDoc links in the full package list has been added, as well as marking functions/procedures public/private in the overview of packages when JavaDoc has been set up for them. The code highlighter now handles block comments. Finally, some more (internal) code documentation and reorganization took place.
Release Notes: Results should now be more correct, as the parser now ignores block comments. By default, it also ignores string contents now (you can configure this). And if you enable that feature, HyperSQL now can also detect local function/procedure calls. Moreover, two new JavaDoc tags (@wiki, @ticket) have been added, with configuration options for the corresponding base URLs - so you can directly link to the project's bug tracker and wiki. Having the URLs set up, HyperSQL will also scan JavaDoc text elements for ticket:123 and wiki:pagename to be turned into links.
Release Notes: The most important changes with this release are the added logging facility and the bugfix concerning JavaDoc for overloaded functions/procedures. Next to these, configuration processing was enhanced.