The latest release features improvements to its “debugger” component, which will make it easier for developers to find where a problem has occurred during coding, and to inspect the code surrounding an error.
Other enhancements include the introduction of shared ports, which Kx officials say was requested by a customer to handle ever-increasing data loads, and an improved memory allocator, which can make a program run orders of magnitude faster in certain scenarios.
Version 3.5 also builds on
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