AVS is a source configuration management software that embedds a bug tracking feature. It is based on a common file "check-out / check-in" procedure, which eases early conflict detection. A file can have parallel versions. A proprietary 3-way merge tool is bundled to help merging. AVS uses a development task concept, which allows grouping checked-out files for the same purpose. Users can then work on several tasks at once without confusing files. Each development task is natively linked to a change request, which can be linked to several tasks. The build manager then relies on a change request selection within a set, while still being able to unselect some tasks if needed. A user management feature, with groups and access rights, is provided to restrict access to users upon their profile.
JLeak is a JVM agent meant to track down memory leaks within Java applications. It uses the javassist library to enhance Java classes in order to register instantiations and finalizations. The history view shows the stack trace of all new recorded instances. The graphic interface can be launched within the application or remotely as a dedicated process. Either way, the JLeak engine and the GUI communicate through network sockets. JLeak adds a reasonable memory overhead consumption, and can be easily launched through any IDE such as Eclipse, even on J2EE applications.
JDiff is a tool which performs folder recursive comparisons and file comparison based on Myer's minimum set of differences algorithm. Based on this file comparison algorithm, it also provides a 3-way merge, which can run without a graphical interface. JDiff is released as an auto-executable jar file.