Actually, it's been available for about a week, but I just haven't had time to blog about it. I've been busy with other work.
For those of you who don't know, Diver is a research project of the CHISEL group at the University of Victoria. We are trying to find better ways to help programmers develop, debug, and understand their software. Diver does this by bringing some techniques from reverse engineering into your Eclipse IDE. It can generate execution traces of your software which it uses to adjust the UI of your IDE to draw your attention to the features of your software that you are looking for. Diver is the product of several years of research and development, so it is feature-rich and robust. You can find out more about Diver at our website: http://diver.sf.net
OK, that's enough of the sell... I should let you know what you get with this new version of Diver.
If you already have Diver installed, you should be able to get the new version just by updating your Eclipse. Otherwise, you can use our p2 repository site: https://diver.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/diver/Release.
I hope that this new version will be useful to everyone. I've put a lot of hard work into it. It's 100% open source, so its free to you. But, please remember that Diver is a research project, so help me out with my research. Use it for a while, and then fill out our survey. Also, this new version of Diver has a logging feature that will keep track of some of your interactions with Diver. It's all anonymous information, and you can turn it off at any time (using the Workbench Logger) preference page. We don't get the data unless you explicitly agree to send it to us (Diver will ask you permission before uploading). But, please participate. I have to graduate sometime ;-).
Anyway, happy coding!