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feature One of the main features of the new version is a profiling of apps running with .NET Core, including .NET 5, which is scheduled for release in November 2020.
feature New Profile from within IDE... action has been added on Welcome screen. The action provides plugin installation wizards for Visual Studio and Rider.
feature Plugin for Visual Studio is now able to profile all sorts of .NET and .NET Core applications: console, WPF and ASP.NET. Just click on Profile button in Visual Studio toolbar and your app will be launched with profiler. Profiler UI will automatically attach to your application as soon as it is started.
feature Profiling of IIS Express is supported.
feature Plugin installation wizard for Visual Studio. If you have have several VS versions installed in parallel, then profiler will offer to choose the version to integrate with. We expect better user experience and faster installation time of the profiler.
feature New plugin for Rider which supports profiling desktop and server .NET applications. Profile button in Rider toolbar automatically starts active run configuration with the profiler.
feature Object explorer provides special presentation of
System.Half type. The value is immediately shown.
improvement Loading time of memory snapshots was greatly improved. Loading speedup vary from 10% to 20%.
feature New action Memory | Find | Method by Name... is available in memory snapshots with recorded object allocations. It allows to find a method by the name and show its merged callees.
feature New actions Method Merged Callees and Method Back Traces are now available in popup menus of memory snapshot views. These actions allow to investigate where the method that allocated objects has been invoked, and which methods were called from it.
System.IntPtrtype may be incorrectly shown.
caveat Dedicated ZIP archive with helper tools for remote profiling has been removed. Now all the tools are part of the main application bundle.