Click the orange button to download jHiccup public domain version 2.0.10 in ZIP file format, dated October 6, 2018. There are more download options at the bottom of this page. The jHiccup tar file includes the tool source, all documentation and an Excel spreadsheet template for generating graphs.
jHiccup was written by Azul Systems CTO Gil Tene and released to the public domain as explained at http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/. jHiccup works with any Java application, on any operating system and with any JVM (with no code changes required). For more information on how to analyze jHiccup data or Hiccup Charts, or compare your JVM with Zing, please refer to the README file.
Here’s one jHiccup use case that compares a Java application running on OpenJDK vs. the same Java application running on Zing (Azul’s pauseless JVM)
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