Java News from Thursday, October 12, 2006

ej-technologies has released version 4.0 of exe4j, a $99 payware tool for integrating Java programs into Windows with your own process name, task-bar grouping, native splash screens, and so forth. New features in 4.0 include:

ej-technologies has released Install4j 4.0, a $1698 payware cross platform tool for building native installers and application launchers for Java applications. New features in 4.0 include configurable form screens, multi-language installers, console installers, network installers, and support for 64-bit Windows and Vista.

TRIEMAX Software has released Jalopy 1.7, a $40 payware source code formatter for Java It includes Plug-ins for Ant, Eclipse/WSAD, IDEA, JBuilder, JDeveloper, jEdit and NetBeans/Sun ONE Studio, but can also be used as a stand-alone tool. Version 1.7 adds support for Maven 2 and Eclipse 3.2, nested profiles, and various other small features and options. Java 1.3 or later is required.

ej-technologies GmbH has released version 4.2.2 of JProfiler, a $698 payware profiler based on the Java virtual machine profiling interface (JVMPI that can report on CPU usage, memory size, threads, and "VM telemetry" (whatever that is). This is a bug fix release.