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Re: [ide-dev] A Java Profiler at Eclipse

I share similar opinions to Mickael.
- Rewriting seems to be a big undertake.
    - Can we use SWT/AWT bridge to embed?
    - Can we use the TPTP UI and use their backend?
    - Do we need the complete UI in which case we could limit ourselves to a couple views/dialogs

I also thought about JMC. I would not go and try the OSS route with Oracle, this could be too long. Instead when Eclipse is running on a VM that ships with JMC, and since JMC is an RCP app, we could identify the necessary plug-ins and directly load them into Eclipse.
Of course this does not help the OpenJDK users but it gets us somewhere using a supported code base.


On 9/20/2016 11:52 AM, Mickael Istria wrote:
On 09/20/2016 05:41 PM, Mikaël Barbero wrote:
Do you think it could be a good opportunity for Eclipse? Would you be interested in having a look at the feasibility of that?
Rewriting all Netbeans profiler UI in the Eclipse world seems a lot of work.
Why not considering a revival of TPTP or lobbying to get one of[0]=im_taxonomy_vocabulary_1%3A13&f[1]=im_taxonomy_vocabulary_3%3A31 or lobbying to get Oracle Java Mission Control to the ?

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