Bug Fixes in AQTime 8.60

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

In version 8.60, the following bugs reported by our customers have been fixed:

  • Fixed: AQTime did not integrate into the Visual Studio 2015 Community edition.

  • Fixed: Routines compiled by Visual Studio 2013 with the /O2 optimization option could cause an application’s crash during the profiling.

  • Fixed: When you profile a .NET application with the Allocation profiler, the Call Stack panel was empty if you did not select the Entire .NET Code stack area.

  • Fixed: AQTime could mistakenly recognize 64-bit Delphi applications’ routines that contain exception-handing and typecasting code as unsafe.

  • Fixed: Results exported as an XML file used an incorrect scheme, so modern browsers could not read them.

  • Fixed: In certain cases, AQTime could not recognize memory leaks in C++ applications.

  • Fixed: The Resource profiler mistakenly recognized a leak when handling OpenThemeData function calls.

  • Fixed: AQTime integrated into Visual Studio could crash in certain cases.

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