Microfocus has been savaged online for their licensing policies saying that the product was essentially unusable.
Some of those seemed old, so I decided to give them a try. Downloaded a trial version and while the product installed, it would not run. Called support to try and just get the product to work. Support wanted all the same info I entered to try the trial version, then told me they would not help until sales called me. Sales called me and then sought all the same information I entered online and then told TechSupport. That got me an email with an incident # saying that TechSupport would be calling. Many hours later, with no call, I called TechSupport to try and get the trial version to run. AFter ~15 minutes on hold, they had two more steps before they would answer questions about why their product would not work. That is when I gave up.
It shipped already! DevPartner Studio 10.6 with BoundsChecker and TrueTime profiler families shipped GA on April 6, 2012. Core capability in that release is Visual Studio 2012 support, specifically x86 and x64 runtime support including .NET 4.5. The DevPartner 10.6->11.0 rolling Beta program ensures additional releases around the RC and RTM versions of Visual Studio 2012. Review all the updates in DPS 10.6 in http://legacycommunity.microfocus.com/Forums/9_DevPartner/3284_DevPartner_Product_Management_Finalizes_DPS106_Whats_New
It shipped already! DevPartner Studio 10.5 with BoundsChecker and TrueTime profiler families, all with 64-bit application support, shipped GA on February 4, 2011. Supported platforms include x86 and x64 flavors of Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 (x64 only), Vista, and Server 2008. x86 support goes back to XP SP3. x64 support for XP SP2 ships in the upcoming 10.5.1 dot release, along with Win 7 SP1, 2008 R2 SP1, and VS 2010 SP1.