A COBOL debugger for GnuCOBOL written in GnuCOBOL. Works with GnuCOBOL/OpenCOBOL 1.1 and upcoming GnuCOBOL 2.0; could be used for other vendors with slightly modifications, too.
- 0.2.2.3. Fixed some about data
- 0.2.2.2. Fixed some about initial procedures...
- 0.2.2.1 Fiexed some about data names..
- 0.2.2.0 Fixed some ..
- 0.2.0.1 Added animload and other fix.
- 0.2.0 Support for gnucobol 2.0 added and other new features.
- 0.1.9.008 fixed some severe and added the capability to show the index for array during watch
- 0.1.9.007 added startup capability at condition or arrived cycled call and watch immediate during animation ..fixed other short.
- 0.1.9.006 fixed some abouth free format and other short troubles
- 0.1.9.005 fixed the 2th dimension trouble for data analisys and added short fix
- 0.1.9.004 fixed the declaratives and other about do-anim . added animator options -F11 F12 for home/end cursor movment at file home/end position
- 0.1.9.003 added the at cursor conditional break point - fixed other
- .0.1.9.002 added the find features and fixed other.(the packages was compiled without troubles/any change on Xp and Ubuntu)
- 0.1.9.001 fixed the # read during var processing..
- 0.1.9 fixed the 78 level error
- 0.1.8 fixed some troubles. tested with OpenCOBOL-1.1-06FEB2009-mingw.zip
- 0.1.7 added the control flow graph building features and other
- 0.1.6 new features (list field) and some fix about previous
- 0.1.5 free format added
- 0.1.4 conditional break points added
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