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ID: 17122, JB Memory Monitor v.1.8

by Valentino Kyriakides Email: Anonymous


A graphical JB IDE Memory Monitor window or message view, which shows the allocated and used IDE memory and also allows to invoke the garbage collection.

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Updated on Sun, 27 Jan 2002 07:00:41 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 30 Nov 2001 13:24:17 GMT
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Description
A graphical JB IDE Memory Monitor window or message view, which shows the allocated and used IDE memory and also allows to invoke the garbage collection.

CHANGES

v1.8
- Added new user customizable coloring support via a new color tab options
panel, which also includes a live preview instance of the Memory Monitor's
graph drawing area for easier coloring setups. There is also for astetic
and security reasons a fallback/restore button, which the user can use
anytime to restore the initial default Memory Monitor colorings.
- Added also a new second alternate Memory Monitor text info area now.
So the users can now switch/toggle between these Memory Monitor graph/text
information areas. This new text info area runs also in it's own thread.
This means, that if a user switches between these views, the actual view's
thread will be stoped and the other one will be started and vice versa.
The new text info area has been included to the Dialog, Frame and JB Msgv
based Memory Monitors.
- Due to the new coloring customization support, the properties file format
has again changed. Thus those from older Memory Monitor versions must be
first removed before you can use this new Memory Monitor version. See the
distributions Readme.html file for how todo this.

v1.7.2
- Added a visual freeze indicator for freezed in Memory Monitor areas.
- Added support for the showup in the AboutOpenTools OT, see:
http://codecentral.borland.com/codecentral/ccweb.exe/listing?id=17238
- Reworked the Readme.html and online help slightly.

v1.7
- There is now also a status view based Memory Monitor included.
- The properties file format has changed and thus older ones must now be
first removed before using this Memory Monitor version. See the dists
Readme.html file for how todo this.

v1.6
- There is now also a simple sort of setable automatic garbage collection
run option build into the Memory Monitor.
- The properties file format has changed and thus older ones must now be
first removed before using this Memory Monitor version. See the dists
Readme.html file for how todo this.

v1.5
- There is now also a simple (very quick and dirty made) sort of setable
critical memory indication popup dialog build into the Memory Monitor,
which should help people to be able to recognize, that JBuilder will
soon run possibly out of memory. At least I hope that this request from
Joi Ellis of TeamB is somehow useful for some peoples too.
- The properties file format has changed and thus older ones must now be
first removed before using this Memory Monitor version. See the dists
Readme.html file for how todo this.

v1.4
- Added again also the always stay on top dialog based Memory Monitor,
so there are now three different window representations available.
- The position and size of the dialog and frame based windows will now
be preserved on their closing, so the next time one of these is started
it should appear where it was leaved.


v1.3
- I was unhappy with the two separate Memory Monitor jar file versions,
so I now build them into one unique version and have instead setup an
Tools|IDE options... selection scheme for their usage.
- There is now also a little online help included, which is accessable
via the Tools|IDE options... Memory Monitor tab pane help button.

v1.2
- there are now two Memory Monitor versions available, a frame window
based one and a new JB Message View based one. The choice is yours.
- For the frame window based version, a JFrame is now used instead of
a JDialog. Thus the memory monitor window can now be discovered by
JB IDE windows if needed and also iconified on demand.

v1.1
- added escape key handling for quick keyboard window closing.

v1.0
- initial public release 2001, privately used since 1999.

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