Windows 7 Issues

After a comprehensive study of Diver using different versions of itself, Windows, Java and Eclipse, it has become apparent that there are general stability and performance issues for Diver on Windows 7 (and probably Windows Vista). Windows XP remains unaffected and Windows 8 has not been tested. The problem results in traces taking an extremely long time to be stored, applications lagging while being traced and traces failing to store. We believe this to be an issue regarding Windows 7 and Java and how threading and /or memory management is handled. This might require an overhaul of the Diver data layer and may not be fixed in the near future. Please continue to post issues on Github and we will try to help where ever possible.

Diver 0.5.0 Milestone Released

We are pleased to announce the release of Diver 0.5.0.  This milestone release includes the added support for the 64bit Windows – Eclipse – Java platform.

The plan for the 0.5.X versions is the expansion of the supported platforms, cleaning up and updating of the project and documentation,  and the fixing of bugs.

For any issues please either log them on Github or contact us directly.

Regards

Diver Development Team

Diver 0.4.1 Released

Today marks the release of a new version of Diver. Version 0.4.1 is a minor release. Most of the work done on this release related to upgrading the Boost C++ libraries used by the Tracing project. The upgrade from version 1.42.0 to 1.50.0 of the libraries paves the way for a 64bit version of Diver.

The version is now available on the Eclipse Marketplace or via the update site: http://diver.sourceforge.net/update

New Version of Diver 0.4.0

Today, we released version 0.4.0 of Diver. There are a few new features, and a number of bug fixes. Several of the features are considered Beta. Diver, really, is a beta project, but the beta features are a little “more” beta than the rest :-). Read more of this post

Diver is runner-up for Best Developer Tool at EclipseCon

It was announced at EclipseCon that Diver was the runner-up for best developer tool of 2011. This honour was bestowed upon us by a panel of judges belonging to the Eclipse Foundation. We here at the CHISEL group strive to create tools that work well and help people. We are humbled by the numerous other tools that were also nominated, and we would like to congratulate the winner.

New Version of Diver 0.3.0

Version 0.3.0 is out today. The data collection period of our studies are over, so Diver will no longer collect usage information. Go to the Download page for information about how to get Diver. Read more of this post

New Version of Diver 0.2.0

Version 0.2.0 of Diver was released today. See New To Diver. Note that with version 0.2.0, Diver will log usage information by default. You can opt out, and turn it off if you wish. Read more of this post

New Version of Diver 0.1.0

Version 0.1.0 of Diver is now out.
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Diver Now Available on Linux

The Diver native code has been compiled to work on Linux. It isn’t currently in the main Release stream, but you can test it out using the Developer releases:https://diver.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/diver/Development

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