Very Sleepy 0.7, now with added 64-bitness October 13th, 2010Very Sleepy 0.7 has been released!
The 0.7 release now has 64-bit support. The installer will automatically install the correct version for your machine. This work not be possible without the tireless effort of Johan Kohler, and his threats to open a can of surstromming if I didn't upload it.
NOTE: Users of XP64 will not be able to profile 32-bit processes using the 64-bit build, due to the way WoW64 works. It will work correctly on Vista and above though.
If you have a 64-bit machine, and are already using the 32-bit version, you should uninstall that first before upgrading.
- 0.7 changes:
- 64-bit support (hooray!). x64 only, no Itanium.
- A new view for showing whole callstacks at once.
- Automatic collapsing of internal Windows kernel functions.
- More accurate time measurement when sampling deep callstacks.
- Profiling statistics (filename, date, duration, etc) are written into the .sleepy file.
- Syntax highlighting for the source view.
- Automatically find Microsoft CRT source paths.
- Added PID display to the process selector.
- Export data to a CSV file.
- Ability to select the working directory when launching an EXE.
Written by Richard Mitton,
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