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ID: 28994, DebugDelphi 12.0 - Debug terminal for 32 bit applications

by Helmuth J.H. Adolph Email: Anonymous


Tool for displaying debug output of 32 bit applications in a window.
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For Delphi, Version 5.0  to 25.0 177 downloads
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Size: 1,329,096 bytes
Updated on Thu, 20 Apr 2017 09:55:39 GMT
Originally uploaded on Sat, 01 Sep 2012 11:09:14 GMT
SHA1 Hash: 6F30D19D75C54087669A2D5558EB72F81D847C66
MD5 Hash: F653A030DD42C067AE2F43FAEAAE45AF

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Description
DebugDelphi is a tool to display programmed error messages of 32 bit applications in a window. (A 64 bit shareware edition is also available via ShareIt.)

One intention when developping DebugDelphi was to make the programming of error messages as simple as possible.
This target was fully achieved:

Just include the interface to DebugDelphi in the Uses-statement of the unit and put a WriteLn - statement where ever you need it. This assures that all the formatting features of the WriteLn procedure can be used.

Additionally error messages can be classified. Every error class can be separately switched on and off. This guarantees that the WriteLn - statement doesn't need to be enclosed in {$IFDEF/$ENDIF} directives. The unwanted error messages are simply switched off. Every error class uses a separate output channel in DebugDelphi.

API for deleting the debugging window or inserting empty lines also supplied.

A few of the other features:

Supports all Delphi versions from Delphi 5 up to Delphi 10.1
32000 messages can be displayed simultaneously in the message window
Print selected messages
Copy selected messages into clipboard
Save all messages into a file
Optionally add error class, date and time to each message

For more information, see http://www.prodelphi.de

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