Release Notes: Telemetry graphs are now scalable. The "Callees list" view was implemented. The "Generic server" option was added to the J2EE integration wizard to help integrating with servers not explicitly supported by the wizard.
Release Notes: A command line tool for controlling profiled applications was implemented. New memory inspection "non-serializable objects referenced from serializable objects" was added. It's possible to export views to zipped HTML. Native thread IDs are shown in the profiler UI. "Live" view with object allocations was implemented. A "Quick info" (Ctrl+Q) panel is available as a slave view. Snapshot comparison views have an option to see only positive or only negative differences.
Release Notes: The "Class loaders" view, which shows objects grouped by class loader, was implemented. A graph with thread status telemetry is automatically scrolled when the mouse is dragged to the left or right side.
Release Notes: Profiling under FreeBSD 7.0 is supported. Visual indication of the time point was added in thread telemetry view. GZIPped snapshots can be opened. A problem with detection of profiled application under Mac OS X was fixed.
Release Notes: A problem with incorrect wall-times was fixed. The J2EE integration wizard provides the ability to specify server startup options.
Release Notes: Properties (such as Java version and class path) are shown in the Summary tab for HPROF snapshots. Visualization of paths and parameters was improved by showing components split by lines. The "Time" column, which shows CPU time for each thread was added to thread status telemetry. Visualization of objects retained via local variables on stacks of running threads was improved. Retained size estimation is immediately shown for each class. The tooltip in recent snapshot list shows snapshot full file path, size, and modification date.
Release Notes: Text values of java.lang.String might be incorrectly shown. The Windows installer is bundled with Java 6 update 10 JRE. Among with a number of improvements, this Java update solves an annoying problem of the open file dialog which was very slow entering a directory containing ZIP files.
Release Notes: Exception monitoring has been implemented. Locally-running profiled applications are immediately listed on the Welcome screen. Retained size is now calculated up to 50% (32-bit) or 30% (64-bit) faster, compared to 7.5.x. This improvement is especially important in the Class list view. The 64-bit JVM is automatically used under Windows 64-bit to achieve better performance and user experience.
Release Notes: A possible crash when huge strings are being rendered is fixed. A problem with Eclipse 3.4 integration is fixed. The 64-bit JVM is automatically used on Windows 64-bit platforms.
Release Notes: Integration with IBM WebSphere was improved. IBM Java 6 was supported. An issue where the console version of the J2EE integration wizard did not allow long paths to be entered was fixed.