dotCover, dotMemory, dotPeek, and dotTrace 2023.3 Release
Let’s take a look at what’s new with these .NET tools.
- dotMemory Standalone is now available on Linux and macOS.
- dotMemory now allows you to import and analyze process dumps as regular snapshots on Linux.
- Improved configuration of the Timeline profiling mode.
- Profiling data is now available in the Source view.
- The Flame graph view is now available on Linux and macOS.
- dotTrace 2023.3 offers improved native code analysis.
- dotPeek is now able to compare NuGet packages, folders, and .zip files included in assemblies.
- The Assembly Explorer tool window now displays files and folders contained inside NuGet packages, and Win32 resource nodes can now be viewed in the node presentation tree and the Properties pane.
- The ability to decode Win32 string-table resources.
- dotCover command-line tools are now provided as a cross-platform framework-dependent .NET tool.
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