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Graphical Java Debugger - JDebugTool 5.0.1

 
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JDebugTool is a lightweight Java™ debugging alternative to a bloated IDE:

  • A standalone Java debugger.
  • Standards-Based - built on top of the Java Platform Debugger Architecture.
  • Cross-Platform - is itself written in Java.
  • Remote Debugging - debug locally or across a network.
  • User-Friendly - features an intuitive and graphical Java Swing GUI.

JDebugTool 5.0.1 new features:

  • This release colorizes the output from the Expressions panel.
  • The CLASSPATH dialog now has separate buttons for Add Directory and for Add Jar File.

30 day trial. Personal, Company and Academic licenses.

For more information:

 
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