YourKit Java Profiler 3.0 provides an improved integration with IntelliJ IDEA

YourKit Java Profiler 3.0, a tool for Java professionals, released.
With its help you can easily solve wide range of CPU and memory related
performance problems in J2SE/J2EE applications.

JetBrains developers as well as many other developers around the world have
chosen YourKit Java Profiler. See e.g.
http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/community/recommends.html.

YourKit Java Profiler 3.0 provides an improved integration with IntelliJ
IDEA.
Now its possible to configure additional launch parameters from UI (see
"Run/Debug Configurations" dialog, tab "Startup/Connection"):
- option to launch application with started CPU profiling and/or object
allocation recording
- option to capture CPU and/or memory snapshots on exit
- alternate directory for snapshots
- alternate agent port

The entire list of new features and improvements is available at
http://www.yourkit.com

You can download YourKit Java Profiler at http://www.yourkit.com/download
and try it for free within 15 days.

If you are a developer of an Open Source project, you can apply for a free
YourKit Java Profiler license.
Please read details at http://www.yourkit.com/purchase.

Best regards,
Anton Katilin
http://www.yourkit.com


3 comments

So much for the "Simple Spam Protection".

/Kreiger



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Anton works for YourKit and used to be an employee of JetBrains, and is announcing a totally relevant product to IDEA, and I'm sure has done so with their approval. I fail to see how this is spam. Clover posts in here, but no one calls that spam.

At least he's not trying to sell us his lime green car, or asking for our support in his quest to conquer Africa's diamond mines inherited from his rich uncle, who died suddenly of lukemia... or better yet... Viagra!

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Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Anton works for YourKit and used to be an employee of JetBrains, and is announcing a totally relevant product to IDEA, and I'm sure has done so with their approval. I fail to see how this is spam. Clover posts in here, but no one calls that spam.

At least he's not trying to sell us his lime green car, or asking for our support in his quest to conquer Africa's diamond mines inherited from his rich uncle, who died suddenly of lukemia... or better yet... Viagra!

R


It just think it would be nice if the posting was constrained to one newsgroup, and didn't look like something my spam-filter would
immediately throw away if it were to enter my inbox.

Spam isn't defined by who is selling or what is sold.

/Kreiger



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