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
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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
- On some projects, debugging occupies as much as 50 percent of the total
development time. For many programmers, debugging is the hardest part of
You need good debugging tools:
- Debugging tools are powerful aids to software development. Find them and
- Good tools can make a seemingly intransigent bug appear obvious.
This can save significant effort, even for the most
experienced of programmers.
Two important principles of debugging:
- If you don't see the bug where you're looking, perhaps you're looking in
the wrong place.
- 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