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JDebugTool 4.1.3 - Graphical Java Debugger  RSS feed

 
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JDebugTool is a standalone, graphical Java debugger built on top of the standard JPDA (Java Platform Debugger Architecture).
  • In this release, the tool tips on the tabs in the Objects and String/To String top-level Frames, now display the object paths taken to "drill down" to the object displayed in that tab.
  • Hot Swap will now remember the root directory(s) of the class files that are hot-swapped, so that subsequent hot-swap operations on class files in the same class file hierarchies, will no longer require the user to navigate in the File Chooser dialog each time to the class file. The File Chooser dialog will now open to the anticipated class file to hot-swap automatically.

 
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