Warewolf stability, performance and documenting everything

Our latest release went out today and you’ll notice some nice changes in version of Warewolf. Aside from going open source, our focus over the last month has been on three key areas:

  • Extra stability,
  • Better performance, and
  • Documentation


Warewolf Stability and Performance

The biggest win for you on the stability and performance side has been the removal of the use of large strings in the server. This has given us below 0.5% large heap fragmentation (down from double digits!) and a much smaller memory footprint. Intellisense results are now cached which speeds up design surface loading. Get the full list of fixes, tool enhancements and improvements from the release notes.


 Documentation and the Knowledge Base

Massive effort went into documenting everything in preparation for opening our code base.  Everything from system documentation to technical documentation and open source information is available at our extensive Knowledge Base.

If there is anything else you’d like documentation on, let us know in the comments below or post in the Community forum.


 A little extra for Windows 8.1 users

We’re on the path to supporting Windows 8.1, with the Installer now ready. Watch this space!

If you’ve got burning issues, why not check out our GitHub repository, submit a pull request and make some magic.


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