Corensic (Seattle, WA) announced the availability of Jinx 1.2, a software quality tool for Linux and Windows. According to the company, it is designed to help developers, testers, and IT organizations improve the reliability of their mission-critical software. Jinx finds concurrency errors in parallel applications. With this release, Jinx now offers support for 32-bit Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, Intel Sandy Bridge processors, Microsoft .NET Framework 4 applications, and improved bug finding performance and reliability. These improvements enable Jinx to be used with nearly all Windows and Linux development projects, applications running advanced processors, and more readily incorporated into an enterprise developer’s existing workflow.
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