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Executable Browser

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Only Available in Dolphin Professional

In previous versions of Dolphin, when you had deployed an application to an executable file it was rather time-consuming and error prone to find out exactly what classes and methods had been retained by the stripping process; one had to peruse a lengthy log file to glean this information.

In X6, the image stripping process now writes an XML-based manifest which can subsequently be loaded up into the new Executable Browser tool. This provides a complete and easily navigable representation of the contents of the deployed executable so there can be no doubt if you have stripped out too much or too little from your application.