|JMP - Java Memory Profiler||
If you are on x86/amd64 or powerpc then jmp is in SID(unstable), so an "apt-get update && apt-get install jmp" should give you a working jmp.
Put the GTK lib directory and the jmp.dll directory into the PATH statement and run. Depending on your kind of windows you may have to put the dll files into WINNT, WINDOWS or some other place, it can be tricky. If you know of the correct way to do the equivalent of LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/some/place/with/gtk/libs under windows, tell me.
For speed you really should "set PANGO_WIN32_NO_UNISCRIBE=1". This makes a huge difference and you dont need it (unless you are working on the arabic locale for jmp and I havent heard of such an effort yet).