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New release 1.4.3

Version 1.4.3 is released for both the IDE and RCP platforms. This is a minor release that ports all code to the Eclipse Juno 4.2.0 version. Note there is still a lot of work to be done to fully port to the new Eclipse 4 interface, currently using the compatibility layer. This also fixes a few problems with missing bundles for the help plugin, and a performance issue with the mouse cursor tirggered on Linux.

Posted by Martijn Rutten 2012-08-20

Finally removed CVS repos

We finally moved all code to the new Git repos and removed the CVS repos.

Posted by Martijn Rutten 2012-08-20

Migrated cvs repository to git

We migrated TimeDoctor's CVS repository to Git, creating a single Git repository holding all TimeDoctor plugin projects. See the EGit manual on how to access the code in Eclipse: http://wiki.eclipse.org/EGit/User_Guide.

Why this migration? Sourceforge will be stopping CVS support because of it's security concerns, and frankly, distributed versioning systems have the future...

By the way, we also got rid of the com.nxp.timedoctor naming and now properly refer to the net.timedoctor name, linking to the (still somewhat empty) project website.

Posted by Martijn Rutten 2011-02-13

no access to CVS repos

See https://sourceforge.net/blog/ You currently cannot access the CVS repos. When CVS is up and running we will move to git for more security and easier access.

Posted by Martijn Rutten 2011-01-30

TimeDoctor version 1.4.2 is now available.

TimeDoctor version 1.4.2 is available, both as a stand-alone tool and as
Eclipse plug-in.

This release has been tested on this configuration:
- SUN JRE 1.5.0
- Eclipse SDK 3.3
- Windows 2000 and XP
- RHEL 3 (Update 7) (For other versions please see howto.txt)
Note that both Windows and Linux platforms are x86 (32-bit)

1.4.2 is a minor release with these bugs fixed:

Bug#1835637 TimeDoctor hangs for a empty file
Bug#1835100 Tasks not rendered properly
Bug#1835080 Cancelling TimeDoctor parse raises exceptions... read more

Posted by Shivaraj.P 2007-12-14

TimeDoctor 1.4.1 is available

TimeDoctor version 1.4.1 is available, both as a stand-alone tool and as Eclipse plug-in.

This release has been tested on the following configuration:
- SUN JRE 1.5.0
- Eclipse SDK 3.2
- Windows 2000 and XP
- RHEL 3 (Update 7)
Note that both Windows and Linux platforms are x86 (32-bit)

1.4.1 is a minor release made mainly to support Eclipse 3.3

The following bugs have been fixed. For description and resolution, go to
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=174793... read more

Posted by Shivaraj.P 2007-10-31

TimeDoctor 1.3.0 is available

TimeDoctor version 1.3.0 is available, both as a stand-alone tool and as Eclipse
plug-in.

This release has been tested on this configuration:
- SUN JRE 1.5.0
- Eclipse SDK 3.2
- Windows 2000 and XP
- RHEL 3 (Update 7)
Note that both Windows and Linux platforms are x86 (32-bit)

1.3.0 is a major milestone as this release now includes these features:
File Parser
- Open file on drop (works on win32 only)
Trace Viewer
- Outline Viewer, which displays the tracelines in a tree. User can hide/unhide
a traceline
- Statistics viewer, to display the statistics of a selected task or all the
tasks, in the trace view
- A preference page has been provided, in the Eclipse style, to set various
display options
- Option to enable display of Semaphore as Queue ... read more

Posted by Shivaraj.P 2007-05-03

TimeDoctor 1.2.0 available

TimeDoctor version 1.2.0 is available, both as a stand-alone tool and as Eclipse plug-in.

This version is an initial version towards a full-featured trace viewer for visualizing execution traces recorded from for instance:
- an operating system such as Linux or PSOS
- a multi-processor system-on-chip as used in a mobile phone or television
The execution traces are read from a trace file, which has a simple ascii format, which allows it to be generated from a multitude of tools (such as debuggers and e.g. perl scripts).... read more

Posted by Martijn Rutten 2006-11-02