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(here is something I found on a mailing list)
I'd highly recommend JInsight from www.alphaworks.ibm.com. It's free,
powerfull and has proved very excellent in finding out whta my programs
are really doing!!
I don't know how it integrates with IDE's (I'm stuck with Microsoft
VJ++...)
Kevin Moore, Senior programmer, Marval Software
kevin@marval.co.uk


> ----------
> From: Moreau Eric[SMTP:emo@elca.ch]
> Sent: 07 January 1999 09:08
> To: advanced-java@xcf.berkeley.edu
> Subject: Performance analyser
>
> Hello,
>
> I'm looking for a tool to analyse optimization of my code and to
> highlight
> the current bottlenecks.
>
> What are the performance tool analyser for java (preferably free) ?
>
> What is their integration with current IDE (like Visual Cafe 2.5) ?
>
> thanks in advance.
 
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