Compuware has unveiled enhancements to its DevPartner Studio Professional Edition (SPE) which it claims will allow developers to deliver applications for Microsoft platforms more quickly.
DevPartner SPE helps developers implement Microsoft's Visual Studio .Net and Visual Studio 6.0 applications.
The DevPartner technologies include expanded support for both .Net and native Windows applications.
Additional capabilities include the ability to compare iterative performance runs, enabling developers to make code changes and then determine the performance impact.
For native Windows applications, DevPartner SPE will also identify deadlocks among threads and indicate when a deadlock is likely to occur.
Memory analysis provides live views of how .Net applications use memory during execution, graphically showing developers the application working set, memory footprint, temporary objects and object leaks.
"These new DevPartner developer technologies demonstrate Compuware's commitment to providing industry-leading capabilities for those that rely on Visual Studio as their integrated development environment," said Shari Zedeck, product manager for the Compuware DevPartner and DriverStudio product families.
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