Software Diagnostics Developer Edition

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Software Diagnostics Developer Edition is the first available dynamic tracer for C and C++. Developer Edition is an integrated recorder, debugger, and profiler for system dynamics. Being seamlessly integrated into Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010 it significantly accelerates debugging activities and improves comprehension of system behavior. Software Diagnostics Developer Edition records the internal activity of a running system with extremely low modification of the runtime behavior, stores the captured runtime behavior as trace data in a simple, easily transferable document and provides several synchronized views (Timeline, Call Stack, Call Graph, etc...) and tools to visualize and get insight into the C and C++ code. With Developer Edition complex implementation and system dynamics can be understood quickly, speeding up software programming and facilitating software maintenance tasks. Costly hours of reading and understanding code, switching between multiple code files, and stepping from code-line to code-line with a conventional debugger can be reduced dramatically. Debugging: Developer Edition is a debugging tool that visualizes complete recordings of runtime behavior. It is applicable within minimal side-effects of system execution including multithreaded applications. Tracing can be done with automated or manual level of details. Traces enable developers to perform real reverse debugging on the full traces. Implementing New Features and Feature Change Request: Developer Edition accelerates and facilitates the identification of "the right place" to integrate new features into existing code base. Performance Analysis and Memory Leak Detection: the CPU costs of function execution are revealed helping to identify the performance of the application.
Price USD380
License Free to try
File Size 42.94 MB
Version 1.3
Operating System Windows XP Windows Vista Windows Windows 7
System Requirements Microsoft Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010, OpenGL
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