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JSizer

JSizer is a tool that shows the size of Java classes in a graph. The graph has nodes with width, height, and color depending on the number of fields, number of methods, and lines of code.

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  •  06 Jan 2010 00:19

    Release Notes: The tree builder was updated so that it is possible to build different kinds of graphs. It is now possible to switch between a few different types of tree metrics. The hierarchy builder was updated so that it links up better when classes from the classpath are used for superclasses that are not being analyzed.

    •  20 Feb 2009 09:01

      Release Notes: A graph builder that builds the graphs based on class hierarchy was added. It is now easy to add other graph builders.

      •  09 Apr 2008 20:53

        Release Notes: Some bugs in class reading were fixed. Performance is improved in renderering, and jsizer now uses less memory to store the graphs. The colors are now recalculated when filters are used.

        •  10 Mar 2008 06:15

          Release Notes: asm is now used instead of bcel for class scanning. A few bugs were fixed. A few UI improvements were made.

          •  25 Sep 2007 07:50

            Release Notes: Texts were added to the graph.

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