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JDebugTool 4.3.1 - Graphical Java Debugger

 
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The JDebugTool Java debugger from debugtools.com LLC is a:

  • Standalone graphical Java debugger.
  • Built on top of the standard JPDA (Java Platform Debugger Architecture).
  • Is itself written in Java.
  • Features an intuitive and graphical Java Swing GUI.
  • Context-sensitive Help Viewer.

JDebugTool 4.3.1 new features:

  • In this release, simply click on a variable in the source window, and then right-click and select Inspect (to drill down into an object's fields), toString (to invoke the toString method), or Watch (to add to a Watch Panel).
  • Source code tool tips now also display interface names that an object implements.

30 day trial. Personal, Company and Academic licenses.

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