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This new release is an incremental update to the previous one, having a few small enhancements and fixing several inconveniences.
#53: Better control over suspend-on-exception behavior
#63: Mobile debugging: option to auto-start Mobile Chrome and auto-open the debugged URL
Then, one experimental feature:
#64 GWT SuperDevMode experiments: trigger Super Dev Mode recompilation on Eclipse internal compile
(but this deserves a screencast)
Compared to V0.8.1, this minor release fixes only one issue:
- #46: Huge memory leak that grows with multiple debug launches
The memory leak was big enough to affect my daily work with SDBG, so I issued a new release.
Hey! We have a new website now: http://sdbg.github.io
Rather than downloading the P2 archive below, just point Eclipse to this P2 repository URL:
- Out of the box support for Mobile Chrome, including port fowarding, without Android SDK (#19, #38)
- Option to attach to an already running Chrome instance (#13)
Other small improvements and bug fixes:
Release 0.1.6 (pre-alpha)
How to install: Download the ZIP archive and then install it by using the following sequence of Eclipse commands: Help menu -> Install New Software... -> Add... -> Archive...
What is new: everything, but in particular...
- Setting breakpoints in Java classfiles loaded from JAR libraries works now
- Setting breakpoints in GWT 2.5.1 projects also finally works
- Better-looking stackframes: (:)
- Compatibility with Eclipse 3.7 or later
- The releases are now P2 repository archives which can be installed with a couple of clicks in Eclipse
- Initial tracing facility
- Updated readme.md