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  •  08 Aug 2010 10:32
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Release Notes: This release fixes a bunch of bugs as well as introducing new features. The bugs fixed caused crashes on different occasions. Additionally, source code links for forms pointed to nonexistent code lines, and form files have accidentally been included in some stats. New features include Todos/Bugs being collected from forms (and optional inclusion with the corresponding stats) and basic javadoc verification for Oracle Forms program units. The file_size_limit for forms now is bound to the PL/SQL code size instead of file size.

  •  13 Jun 2010 20:42
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Release Notes: This release adds support for stand-alone functions and procedures, full form listing (analogue to the full package listing with funcs, etc.), and more details for Oracle Forms in output. Moreover, the new config keyword include_source_limit lets you limit inclusion of source code by file size (default: '0' = unlimited, emulating the behavior of previous versions).

Release Notes: This release adds support for materialized views and tables, and makes the parameter and column lists (Javadoc) better readable. Additionally, some small adjustments have been made to the graphs and dependency scan.

Release Notes: This release finally comes with support for Synonyms and Sequences plus configurable colors for the object graphs (statistics and dependency graphs). Furthermore, the Javadoc module has been worked on to make it more flexible (and independent), plus another issue with the code highlighter (concerning HTML contained in source files) has been fixed.

  •  03 Mar 2010 23:24
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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.

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