Serenji - a GUI editor and debugger for GT.M

Tools, GUI
  • John Murray

    John Murray - 2001-10-30

    We at George James Software are pleased to announce the release of Serenji 2.1. The new version of this GUI editing and debugging tool includes support for GT.M.

    A free 30-day evaluation can be downloaded from our website.

    John Murray
    Step Beyond with Serenji

    George James Software
    42 High Street, Shepperton
    Middlesex TW17 9AU, UK
    +44 (0)1932 252568 Telephone

  • Anonymous - 2012-07-19

    How do I find the GTM server port for Serenji to connect?

    I run GTM on Ubuntu

  • George James

    George James - 2012-07-20

    The default port is 4321.  You need to have the Serenji shell running on the server as this initiates the connection. Like this:

    GTM>D SHELL^%Serenji()

    Consult the Help menu in the GUI for full details of how to get started.  If it hasn't already been done you'll need to install the server side code (refer to the section "Loading The Support Code") and then refer to the chapter on connecting.  There are various connection options depending on network and firewall considerations.



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