Dbug - another debugger for AutoIt 2016.06.24

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Dbug is graphical debugger for AutoIt.

Project started by @Heron in 2009 and now supported by @asdf8 and @valdemar1977

Features

  • Debug the complete script or just parts of it
  • Display run status (line number of currently executed function)
  • GUI default always-on-top in the upper right corner for comfortable debugging
  • WM_NOTIFY and WM_COMMAND hook to prevent interference with possible message handlers
  • Display scope, type and value of variables, expressions, macro's and constants (global AND function local)
  • Execute commands in an immediate window. Can be expressions, functions and assignments
  • Detailed display of array, struct and object variables
  • Dynamic display of variable value in the source code (under cursor)
  • Array table viewer with ability to view the sub-arrays, the correct handling of macro @Error, @Extended and other changes
  • OEM and ANSI console output
  • Conditional breakpoints
  • Saving settings and debugging state
  • and much more...




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