Xray sounds interesting…

Also of interest to Leopard developers is a new timeline-based performance visualization tool Apple is rolling out called Xray, which gives programmers the ability to see how their application works in a completely new and intuitive way.”It let’s you watch CPU, disk I/O, memory usage, garbage collection, events, and more in the form of graphs tied to time,” the company explained. “For example, you can track UI events in real-time and see how they affect I/O activity and CPU load at the same time. And, once the data has been collected, you can scan back and forth through your application’s run and see exactly what occurred, and when.”

AppleInsider | OpenGL 2.1 may double performance under Leopard

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