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

Java debugger GUI

  • 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.

News: JDebugTool 5.0.5 - September 4, 2010 - Download

Track down Java programming bugs with JDebugTool.

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Programmers spend a lot of time debugging:

  • If you write code, it's a certainty that at some point (possibly very soon afterward) you're going to have to debug it.1
  • On some projects, debugging occupies as much as 50 percent of the total development time. For many programmers, debugging is the hardest part of programming.2

You need good debugging tools:

  • Debugging tools are powerful aids to software development. Find them and use them.2
  • Good tools can make a seemingly intransigent bug appear obvious. This can save significant effort, even for the most experienced of programmers.3

Two important principles of debugging:

  • If you don't see the bug where you're looking, perhaps you're looking in the wrong place.4
  • The place where you find bugs may not be the right place to put a fix in.... I'd do some digging and find the root cause.5
  1. Debug It! by Paul Butcher
  2. Code Complete by Steve McConnell
  3. The Debugging Scandal and What to Do about It by Henry Lieberman
  4. James Gosling - the creator of Java
  5. Brian Harry - "the Java bug fixer"

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