|Re: [eclipse-dev] profiler|
I seem to recall some discussion on the arch call within the last few months of a Java profiler that integrates with Eclipse and is free or very cheap, at least for Eclipse committers. I might be confusing myself with our discussion of UI testing software, though. What's our current best practice, for profiling Eclipse components (e.g., JDT)? I only need to run on JDK 1.6, and I want to look both at heap usage and at hot spots in code execution. Should I be using TPTP, or is there something else that is easier or better? YourKit, JProfiler, ...?
CodePro Profiler is a native Eclipse plugin and is also free to Eclipse committers.
http://www.instantiations.com/codepro/profiler/index.html http://www.instantiations.com/company/opensource.html Regards, -Eric Clayberg Sr. Vice President of Product Development Instantiations, Inc. mailto:clayberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.instantiations.com Eclipse Productivity. Enterprise Quality. Author: "Eclipse: Building Commercial Quality Plug-ins" http://www.awprofessional.com/title/032142672X Author: "Eclipse Plug-ins"http://www.awprofessional.com/title/0321553462
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