Applies to AQTime 8.80, last modified on June 13, 2019
This topic describes the changes made to AQTime 2.02. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.
Now AQTime can profile Windows applications compiled with Microsoft Visual C++ 7.0.
The new LoadLibrary Tracer profiler helps you find what DLLs were loaded and unloaded by your application and how many times they were loaded.
The Line Coverage and Line Coverage (Grouped by File) profilers have a new, (specific to those profiler) implementation of the Merging Settings dialog.
The Line Coverage and Line Coverage (Grouped by File) profilers have a new option, Collect results by thread, to specify if these profilers should collect results for each thread in a multithreaded application. You can disable this option to make profiling faster.
The Call Graph context menu has two new items - Print and Print Preview - that allow you to print the contents of the Call Graph panel.
The Call Graph panel has a new option, Show results as hint, to allow you to view the results as a hint in the Call Graph.
The VCL Reference Count profiler has a new option, Trace released objects. You can use this option to trace what procedures in your program add and release references to interfaced objects.
The Static Analysis profiler includes a new option, Show Address as RVA, that specifies if the Procedure Address and Unit Address columns of the Report panel display only a relative virtual address or a full address (i.e. the base module address + RVA) of the routine or unit.
Now the Event View panel can output events to the error log of Windows NT, 2000 or XP.
You can search for text in the Event column of the Event View panel using the new Find Event dialog or using the incremental search feature.
The Disassembly panel has a new option, Display all source code. If it is enabled, the Disassembly panel displays all the source lines (including comments, empty lines, etc.) If the option is disabled, it displays only those source lines for which binary code exists.