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Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform Project Announces Availability of Release 3.2
OTTAWA , ONTARIO, CANADA –December 21, 2004–The Eclipse Test & Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) Project, a top-level project in the Eclipse Foundation, announced that the TPTP release 3.2 will be available on the Eclipse Foundation website (www.eclipse.org) this week. TPTP 3.2 is the second significant platform release since the August 2004 creation of the TPTP Project, an evolution of the previous Eclipse ‘Hyades’ Project.
The Eclipse TPTP Project provides an open, standards-based platform supplying powerful frameworks and services for the development of software test and performance tools that are used throughout the application lifecycle from early testing to production application monitoring . TPTP 3.2 provides significant enhancements to the platform’s user interface, data-collection and Java tracing system. The platform’s own testing facilities helped with the testing of these enhancements.
TPTP 3.2 Highlights
Key enhancements in TPTP 3.2 include the following:
“TPTP has made remarkable progress toward becoming a viable platform
choice for Intel performance analysis tools in environments where options
are limited such as Linux.” said Tyler Thessin, engineering manager
for Intel Software Development Products and project lead for the TPTP
Project. “Intel is looking forward to further unleashing the power
of the TPTP platform and contributing our extensive experience in software
performance analysis tools to the industry .”
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