Features Added to AQTime 7.10

Applies to AQTime 8.81, last modified on January 18, 2022

This topic describes the changes made to AQTime 7.10. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.

  • The project subsystem has been reworked. Now, AQTime stores profiling results not to a project file, but to individual files that reside in the folder of the project file. This feature saves the amount of memory AQTime consumes.

    The Use temporary file for project setting has been removed from the General Preferences dialog. Now, AQTime does not use temporary files and saves the entire project when you command the tool to do this, or when it is needed. The project files no longer get damaged if AQTime exits unexpectedly or the operating system hangs.

  • The Routines to Ignore and Files to Ignore dialogs have been united into one dialog. To view it, select Options > Options from AQTime’s main menu and choose the General > Ignore Files and Routines category in the ensuing Options dialog.To view it, right-click any panel node in the Solution Explorer and select properties from the context menu. In the ensuing Options dialog, select the General > Ignore Files and Routines category.To view it, select AQTime > Options from the main menu of Embarcadero RAD Studio and then choose the General > Ignore Files and Routines category in the ensuing Options dialog.

  • The License Manager and license key activation procedures have been simplified and better automated. The new license activation wizard streamlines typical cases of the activation process by guiding the user through the required steps, for automated and manual activation. The wizard is included in both AQTime 7.10 and the stand-alone License Manager utility.

    In AQTime, packages integrated into Microsoft Visual Studio and Embarcadero RAD Studio now consume a license when the user starts working with AQTime features. Earlier, the licenses were consumed when the IDEs were started.

  • Now, you can use a new /AdditionalOutput (or /ao) command-line argument that commands AQTime to save information on events that occurred within AQTime and the profiled application during the profiling to an individual text file with the specified file name. See AQTime Command Line for more information.

  • A number of bugs have been fixed.

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What's New in AQTime 8.81

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