JSwat is a graphical, stand-alone Java debugger. It offers breakpoints with monitors and conditions, colorized source code display, single-stepping, displaying variables, viewing stack frames, and sophisticated expression evaluation.
|Tags||Software Development Debuggers|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Mostly small changes, including more commands for the console mode and bugfixes for the graphical mode.
Release Notes: This release adds an unresolved breakpoint annotation to the source viewer. It has a new breakpoint condition based on hit count value. The term "debuggee" is defined in the user's guide. The broken bytecodes view that does not, and never will, work has been removed. Native methods are handled gracefully in the variables view. There is a fix to avoid an infinite parsing loop when reading multiple commands. The command name in break command help has been corrected. There is a fix to avoid an NPE in the breakpoint customizer dialog on some systems. There is a fix to elide superflous 'src' parent folder in source archives.
Release Notes: The program was migrated to NetBeans Platform version 6.5.1, fixing numerous bugs, including the dreaded invisible variable views problem, brought about by JDK 6u11. Plenty of little features were introduced by the platform upgrade.
Release Notes: The class loader ID is now shown along with its name. Line numbers are shown near the beginning of lines. A label is now used instead of a text field for error messages in dialogs. Packages are now sorted before classes in the classes view. The debugger now stops listening when the connection times out. Connection timeout was set to something reasonable. NPEs are avoided in the runtime clone method.
Release Notes: This release adds no functional changes.