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  •  14 Jul 2005 08:07

Release Notes: It's possible now to filter methods by class and name in the "Method List" view. A serious bug has been fixed in the allocation tracker. Numerous UI speedups have been added.

  •  13 Jul 2005 02:02

Release Notes: A bug which could produce incorrect stack traces in CPU snapshots was fixed. Java 6.0 "Mustang" is supported and has been tested with b42.

  •  23 Jun 2005 06:51

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  19 May 2005 06:43

Release Notes: Agent libraries for all supported platforms are shipped now. Numerous bugs were fixed in IDE integrations.

  •  16 May 2005 03:13

Release Notes: New IntelliJ IDEA builds that broke API compatibility (3326 and later) are now supported. A JVMTI "WRONG_PHASE" error that happened when the application exited was fixed.

  •  26 Apr 2005 06:35

Release Notes: Problems with the agent library introduced in the previous build 4.0.9 under Solaris were fixed. The Eclipse version (Eclipse 3.0 versus 3.1) is automatically detected during plugin installation.

  •  19 Apr 2005 03:48

Release Notes: NetBeans 4.1 Beta is now supported. The profiled application launched from IDEA 5.0-EAP (Irida) no longer erroneously uses the agent library embedded into IDEA, instead of using agent library from appropriate YourKit Java Profiler installation. .sh files (in samples directory and those that are generated by J2EE server integrations) are now compatible with Solaris's sh shell. If the appropriate Java installation is not found in the Windows registry, the native launcher yjp.exe tries to launch the profiler UI with "javaw" in the current PATH.

  •  27 Mar 2005 23:07

Release Notes: Various bugfixes were made.

  •  14 Mar 2005 11:58

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  10 Feb 2005 02:41

Release Notes: The "Integrate with J2EE Server..." action now generates scripts that use an available free port instead of a fixed one. A distribution in the form of a zipped application is now available for the Mac OS X platform. Standard "About" and "Quit" actions are now properly handled under Mac OS X. Numerous bugfixes were made.


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