Arm Forge Release History
This page describes the changes between releases of Arm Forge.
What's new in 18.0
Arm Forge 18.0 covers the following releases:
- Arm Forge 18.0.0 - Released 09th November 2017
- Arm Forge 18.0.1 - Released 27th November 2017
- Arm Forge 18.0.2 - Released 26th January 2018
Release Note for Release History 18.0
Changes for Arm Forge 18.0.2:
- Fixed a bug that caused startup to fail with OpenMPI on Cray systems.
- Several pthread functions are now correctly classified as "synchronization" functions as opposed to "computing" functions.
- Fortran allocation pointers for dynamic arrays are now displayed correctly in Arm DDT.
- Improved the test examples compilation procedure.
Changes for Arm Forge 18.0.1:
- Fix incorrect metric values seen in MAP on Ubuntu 16.04.
- Improve debugger stability with Cavium ThunderX2 processors.
- Add user-friendly warning messages displayed for unknown or incompatible configuration options.
- Fix Arm branding issue with Mac client.
Changes for Arm Forge 18.0:
- Update the tools branding, from Allinea Forge to Arm Forge.
- Arm Forge is now part of Arm Allinea Studio toolkit for AArch64. The tools remain cross-platform.
- Add support for Arm HPC Compiler 18.0.
- Add support for Red Hat 7.4 and Ubuntu 16.04 on AArch64.
- Add support for hardware watchpoints on AArch64.
- Update Arm DDT default debugger.
- Improve profiling performance of Arm MAP with WRF when using SGI MPT.
- Improve Arm MAP GUI memory usage when opening large profiles.
- Improve performance of our memory debugging.
- Update our EULA.