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VisualVM 1.3.5 Released

11.15.2012
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This just in!  VisualVM 1.3.5 has been released.  Have a look at the new features:

• links to snapshots in Overview / Saved data
• .npss files opens with timeline
• UI appearance improvements
• VisualVM launcher updated
• Allow filtering treetable results
• Speed-up of opening heap dumps and computation of retained sizes
• UI to copy nearest GC root trace to clipboard
• KillApplication plugin can use kill -9
• Built on NetBeans Platform & profiler 7.2.1

The VisualVM 1.3.5 release also delivers several bugfixes. See the Release Notes for the list of all changes. The bits can be downloaded here.


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Comments

Philippe Lhoste replied on Wed, 2012/11/21 - 3:36am

Good, I will download it right now!

Note: this news article is tagged with VirtualVM. A typo?

Philippe Lhoste replied on Wed, 2012/11/21 - 5:18am

Strange and annoying: when I run VisualVM 1.3.5 on Windows 7 Pro, Eclipse Juno (4.2, 64bit, run with Java 1.7.0_5 or _9) becomes frozen: I cannot bring it to front from the task bar, although I can see it in the small preview. I can iconify windows to see the window, but it doesn't react to clicks, etc. As if a glass pane was in front of it. Windows doesn't report it as non responsive. A simple close window command from the task bar is ineffective, I have to kill the process from the task manager.

Closing VisualVM doesn't solve the issue...

Created a bug report .

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