After complaining (alot) about the current debugger in JDEE, and also
hacking codes (and learning on the way) for the past 2-3 months or so,
I finally came out with a fully elisp java debugger, which I test and
use use for my work.
The project is hosted at:
And the most interesting page is probably the screenshot
I have not made any releases at the googlecode page, but you can get
the files from the trunk repository over at googlecode.
There might be a lot of small bugs here and there but generally it
should be quite usable.
I have managed to integrate one feature that someone proposed to have,
which is an easier way of browsing objects that are of Set or Map
type. Check the screenshot!
Haven't written much documentation, so you guys who are willing to be
my beta tester have to read thru some of the codes to realize the full
Any comments welcome.
Long live jdee.
Phuah Yee Keat
"Yee Keat Phuah" <ykphuah@...> writes:
> Hi guys,
> After complaining (alot) about the current debugger in JDEE, and also
> hacking codes (and learning on the way) for the past 2-3 months or so,
> I finally came out with a fully elisp java debugger, which I test and
> use use for my work.
> The project is hosted at:
> And the most interesting page is probably the screenshot
Sounds great! I will try to integrate this with the new build system
that we've been testing.
By the way, it is better to send emails related to JDEE development to
the jdee-devel list rather than jdee-users list.