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Name:JDebugTool v4 0 5

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? JDebugTool 4.0.5 ?
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? language..: Multilanguage | protection.: Obfuscations
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--> Overview
* A standalone 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.

--> Features

* Standards Based
JDebugTool requires JDK 1.5 (Java 5) or JDK 1.6 (Java 6) to run
itself. Built on top of the standard JPDA (Java Debugger Platform
Architecture), JDebugTool should be able to debug any JPDA
compliant JVM -- debugging targets of JDK 1.3, JDK 1.4, JDK 1.5
(Java 5) or JDK 1.6 (Java 6) are supported.

* Portable
JDebugTool is totally written in Java itself.

* Intuitive & Graphical
The Java Swing GUI is logically divided into resizable panels and
popup dialogs. Data is color coded, and displayed in trees and
tables (tables can be sorted and table columns can be hidden or
shown). There are tool tips, right-click popup context menus and
keyboard accelerators throughout the GUI.

* Help Viewer
JDebugTool has an integrated Help Viewer. Context sensitive
help is available throughout the GUI.

* Global Settings
Change the Look and Feel of the GUI and also change globally the
font size of the GUI.
Projects Debugger settings are saved according to projects.
There is always a default project, if you do not want to create any
projects.

* Source Files
Each source file is displayed (syntax color coded) in its own
tabbed pane. The left margin annotates the line numbers,
breakpoints and the current Execution Point.

* External Text Editor
Launch a User definable External Text Editor in which to edit the
currently displayed Java source file.
Search Find a particular string or go to a particular line number in
a Source File.

* Source Tree
Traverse your source code tree(s) and display selected source
files.

* Navigator
Display (and quickly navigate to) the class (including inner
classes) and corresponding methods hierarchy obtained by
parsing the top displayed Java source file.

* Classes Hierarchy
Displays the hierarchy of classes (and inner classes) that have
been loaded into the target JVM. The total number of classes
currently loaded is displayed. For each package, the number of
loaded classes is also displayed. For each class the attributes,
methods and fields are displayed. The corresponding source code
can be displayed for each class and its methods.

*Breakpoints
Set breakpoint(s) at a particular line number or method of a class.
Breakpoints can be enabled, disabled and cleared.

* Breakpoint Groups
Breakpoints can belong to breakpoint groups. Breakpoints can be
cleared, enabled and disabled based on breakpoint group.

* Exceptions
Stop execution when a particular exception or any uncaught
exception is thrown. Debugger exceptions can be filtered based
on thrown location, and also enabled and disabled.

* Chained Exceptions
The debugger supports the (JDK 1.4 or later) chained exceptions
feature -- each exception in the chain is displayed.

* Watchpoints
Stop on class field access (read), or modification (write)
combined with comparison (==, !=, <, <=, >, >=) to a particular
value. The watchpoint can be constrained to a particular object
instance (JDK 1.4 or later).

* Thread Start & Death Events
Stop execution on thread start and stop events -- filter by thread
name or thread group.

* Class Prepare & Unload Events
Stop on class prepare and unload events -- filter by class name
or package name with class name wild card.
Method Entry & Exit Events Stop on method entry and exit
events, selectable on a per thread basis.

* Execution
Single step (step in, over and out of methods) and run to cursor,
resume, suspend and restart execution.

* Stepping Excludes
The user can specify classes not to step into (like 3rd party
packages).

* Locals
View local variables (and types) in the current scope.

* This
View object fields (and types) [including the inheritance
hierarchy] in the current scope.

* Watches
Watch key local variables and object (this) fields (and types) in
the current scope. Also watch array and field accesses in the
current scope, and also static fields.

* Objects
View the fields (and types) of an object [including the inheritance
hierarchy]. Drill down into object references. Object IDs are
displayed throughout the GUI.

* To String
Invoke the toString() method on an object and view the resulting
string.

* Arrays
View selected array ranges.

* Modify Variables
Modify the values of primitive variables directly in the GUI.

* Expressions and Invoke Methods
Interactively evaluate simple expressions including method calls.
Source Variables View variables in the current scope (including
array and field accesses, and static fields from other classes) in
the source code as tool tips. View objects and selected array
ranges in the current scope in popup dialogs.

* Threads
View the current threads (including thread object ID, name,
status and group). Change the current context of the debugger to
a particular thread. Interrupt execution of a particular thread
causing an InterruptedException to be thrown.

* Stack
View the current stack backtrace and traverse individual stack
frames to change the current context of the debugger.

* Run
The debugger can invoke the target JVM to be debugged. The
main class and arguments, classpath, and JVM arguments can be
specified.

* Standard Input/Output
If the debugger invoked the target JVM, then the (color-coded)
standard input, output and error streams are displayed. The user
can type the standard input to be sent to the target.

* Local & Remote Debugging
Debug the target JVM executing locally or remotely separated by
a network.

* Attach
The debugger can attach to a target JVM that has been invoked
outside the debugger.

* Listen
The debugger can listen for a target JVM (that has been invoked
outside the debugger) to connect to the debugger.

* Target Info
Displays information about the target JVM such as the
bootclasspath, the classpath, version and debugging capabilities.

* Connectors
Displays the debugging connectors supported by your host JVM.

* Memory Usage
Display the memory usage of JDebugTool itself.

* System Properties
Display the Java System properties of JDebugTool itself.

* Hot Swap
The debugger supports the (JDK 1.4 or later) Hot Swap feature.
This supports fix and continue debugging, and also updating a
long running server program without restarting the server
program.

* Pop Stack Frame(s)
The debugger supports the (JDK 1.4 or later) Pop stack frame(s)
feature. This supports re-executing method(s) particularly those
that are Hot Swapped.


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1. Install JDebugTool 4.0.5.
2. Use this keygen to make a keyfile for your name.
3. Start app & click on Help & Licence Info, remember path.
4. Please copy keyfile to this folder.
5. Have fun with java ;)


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