In the Disassembly view, routine names are now shown as headlines
that do not scroll out of view as long as a part of the routine
is still visible. For example, in the above screenshot, it is
immediately clear that the upper code snippet belongs
to the routine
The WCET Contributions view now features a graphical representation of the contributions to the WCET by each function.
Thus, for example,
init is usually the rightmost
circle in the graph, but not necessarily the uppermost one.
Searching call graphs and control flow graphs has been greatly improved. Searches now return all occurrences of the search string in the graph, including node titles, labels, and even additional information windows. The search results are neatly sorted by categories. Clicking on a particular result will take you to the corresponding place in the graph, while double-clicking will also automatically unfold subgraphs when needed.
To access the search, simply press Ctrl + F when in the Graph view.
The “Show applied annotation” feature has been improved. If the same AIS annotation is valid for several subsequent source-code lines, their buttons for jumping to the annotation are combined into a single one.
All editor, message, and disassembly views can now be detached from the ał GUI, i.e. they can be displayed in separate windows of their own. This is done by clicking on the “Detach” button in the upper right corner of the view you wish to detach.
Closing a detached view will integrate it back into the main ał window.
Closing the main ał window will also close any views detached from it.