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Perfidix 3.0 Release

Perfidix 3.0 is released and offers a nearly complete refactoring with the following features:
- Complete new backend implementation for better transparency plus usable javadoc and error-free double-results
- Different arrangements for the execution of the different runs of different bench methods.
- Better Exception-Handling: A bench will not terminate with normal exceptions, Instead the "false" run will be documented in the output
- Listener architecture: Results can be given out in the runtime and in the end

Posted by Sebastian Graf 2009-01-07

Further development

Perfidix is going to be developed to the next stage. We got old and new manpower to bring perfidix on the next level. Just take a look on the feature tracker and don't hesitate to submit new ones. Stay tuned for a hopefully complete integration in eclipse as well as new features and a maven-based build process.

Posted by Sebastian Graf 2008-04-07

Currrent status

Currently we're re-organising our internal structure, so that it's unclear how and if Perfidix will be supported in the near future.
Sorry for the news, but we're hoping to find ways to deliver new features for the plugin as well as for the core in the next year.



Posted by Sebastian Graf 2007-11-29

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