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IncrediBuild 4.5 Builds, Credibly

Israeli development shop Xoreax has released the 4.5 iteration of it immodestly named IncrediBuild code-build acceleration platform. New support for Visual Studio 2012 has now been included along with scalability to an "unlimited number" of processor cores.

IncrediBuild for Visual Studio, IncrediBuild for Make & Build Tools, and IncrediBuild for Dev Tools are now available. The product now also includes support for the pre-release version of Microsoft Windows 8 (beta).

Xoreax CEO Eyal Maor said that this release represents a "major leap forward" for Visual Studio and other build tools using the Microsoft and Intel compilers, with beta testers experiencing up to "200 percent faster acceleration" as compared to prior versions of IncrediBuild.

"IncrediBuild dramatically accelerates the performance of a full range of compilation and development tools, both third-party and in-house, compressing overall development time and speeding product delivery," said Maor.

  • IncrediBuild 4.5 for Visual Studio 2012: Distributes C/C++ compilation tasks across machines to accelerate Visual Studio builds.
  • IncrediBuild for Make & Build Tools: Offers predefined interfaces for accelerating build platforms including Make, MSBuild, Gmake, VSimake, Jam, nAnt, Jom, Python, VsiMake, BJam, and Jam+ as well as other tools.
  • IncrediBuild for Dev Tools: Speeds applications and processes critical to the development lifecycle, such as unit testing, automatic QA, code analysis, code generation, image processing, parsing, compression, and AI calculations.

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