jLouiss is a shared library for logging of start and return of Java methods together with their parameters and result values. Is is designed as an add-on to the JDKs 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4 by various vendors. The tracer output can be controlled by using regular expressions. jLouiss is designed on the JDK JVMDI interface (older releases used the JIT interface).
|Tags||Software Development Bug Tracking Debuggers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Many improvements were added in this release, including better support of multithreading, indenting, and JDK 1.4 adjustments.
Release Notes: The general configuration file (jLouiss.cfg) has been replaced by individual configuration files for each project. Lots of new control options for tracer output were added.
Release Notes: More new configuration parameters, a fix for a memory leak, and an improved Win32 version.
Release Notes: This release is completely rewritten, and is now using a JVMDI interface and supporting more operating systems and more JDKs (up to 1.4).
Release Notes: Second invocation type (needed for some JDKs) was added.