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ID: 19058, JB MemoryMonitor

by Valentino Kyriakides Email: Anonymous


The Memory Monitor OpenTool is an module for the Borland JBuilder IDE, which offers beside the graphical inspection of consumed memory also different GC handlings.
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For JBuilder, Version 7.0  to 8.0 350 downloads
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Size: 183,995 bytes
Updated on Fri, 25 Oct 2002 06:51:03 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 25 Oct 2002 06:49:46 GMT
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Description
The Memory Monitor OpenTool is an add-on module for the Borland JBuilder IDE, which offers:

- the continiously dynamic inspection of the JBuilder IDE's memory consumption
- the automatic and forced execution of garbage collection for the JBuilder IDE
- the popup of a setable critical memory indication dialog for the JBuilder IDE
- the individual settup of the Memory Monitors sampling rate
- the logging of the actually used heap Memory to the JBuilder message view or standard output

The Memory Monitor offers four different build in method show up representations:

- a Memory Monitor in it's own always stay on top dialog window
- a Memory Monitor in a frame window which can be covered or hidden
- a Memory Monitor which shows up the in JBuilder's message view
- and finally a floating stay on top like status view Memory Monitor

Thus you always have the choice to select and use the one you prefer, or to switch to another representation via the Tools|IDE Options... Memory Monitor option tab pane.

For more information, see http://codecentral.borland.com/codecentral

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