- consolidates the changes made in 1.1.0 to support dynamic rule injection -- extending support for runtime management of the rule base and rule library classes -- simplifying invocation of apps using the agent via the bmjava script
- includes the first batch of a series of sample scripts -- supporting JVM monitoring either from program start or via dynamic rule load and unload -- providing detailed feedback on operation of Thread, FileStream, ClassLoader,, and other JVM classes
- fixes about half a dozen small bugs in the 1.1.0 release
The next release of Byteman will be 1.2.0. This will address two related features which are not currently supported:
- injection through interfaces into the methods of implementing classes - injection down class hierarchies into overriding method implementations
It will also include the next batch of sample scripts, concentrating on using byteman for debugging and testing.