Release Notes: This version features a massive code rework where the project architecture was changed to facilitate keep-alive sockets. A libcsdbg-debugged process can now use a single connection (unique session) to send all the trace data. Using one socket for all LDP messages has obvious advantages, as distances between peers increase. This results in smaller, better implementations, with smaller memory footprint and lower time complexity. Classes were redesigned (a session manager is added) to declutter the big objects in older versions. The GUI was further optimized. Various bugs were identified and fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds major code reworking, with various major features added, extensive optimizations, and a lot of bugs fixed. Nevertheless, this remains a beta version, as there are some basic features missing and the authors need further testing and feedback to eliminate bugs in the basic features. The LDP (Libcsdbg Debug Protocol) was reworked so jTracer is now compatible with versions of libcsdbg >= 1.14. The installation system is not added to this version, but it is 90% complete, and will appear in the next version. For this version, precompiled editions will become available for Linux and Windows.