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ANNOUNCE : Companion.JS v0.2 released with "console.log" feature

Hi,

I am happy to announce the release of the Companion.JS v0.2, an alpha
version to a Javascript debugger for IE :

http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/CompanionJS/HomePage

The main new feature is the "console.log" feature, that simulates the
same Firebug feature.

The detailled javascript error (with call stack) feature will enable
faster debugging under IE.

Any feedback is welcome to improve the extension on future releases.
--
Best Regards / Cordialement

====================
Jean-Fabrice Rabaute
CORE SERVICES :: Software/Web development & Consulting services

http://www.debugbar.com : The most advanced WEB development tool for
Internet Explorer
http://www.core-services.fr - {Enjoy the future today}
Oct 17 '07 #1
4 2002
Am 17.10.2007 13:52 Jean-Fabrice RABAUTE wrote
Hi,

I am happy to announce the release of the Companion.JS v0.2, an alpha
version to a Javascript debugger for IE :
I happily use DebugBar to debug my ActiveScripts (where it makes sense).
What is the difference to your other product ?

Thanks.

--
Greetz,
Andreas M.
Oct 17 '07 #2
Andreas M. a écrit :
Am 17.10.2007 13:52 Jean-Fabrice RABAUTE wrote
>Hi,

I am happy to announce the release of the Companion.JS v0.2, an alpha
version to a Javascript debugger for IE :

I happily use DebugBar to debug my ActiveScripts (where it makes sense).
What is the difference to your other product ?

Thanks.
Hi,

The Debugbar is not giving detailled info about a javascript error, just
a line number without corresponding file (possibly external .js file
for instance), and no call stack.

Companion.JS is based on a real JS debugger and gives DETAILLED
javascript error with call stack info (see screenshot on the homepage).

Companion.JS can be seen as a complement to DebugBar for more accurate
Javascript debugging.

I will continue to improve DebugBar on the DOM/CSS side and improve
Companion.JS on the javascript side.

I hope this is clear. Do not hesitate to answer for more info.

--
Best Regards / Cordialement

====================
Jean-Fabrice Rabaute
CORE SERVICES :: Software/Web development & Consulting services

http://www.debugbar.com : The most advanced WEB development tool for
Internet Explorer
http://www.core-services.fr - {Enjoy the future today}
Oct 17 '07 #3
On 17.10.2007 15:19 Jean-Fabrice RABAUTE wrote
I hope this is clear. Do not hesitate to answer for more info.
Yes, I have understood. Thanks for pointing this out.

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Salute,
Andreas M.

Oct 17 '07 #4
On Oct 17, 4:52 am, Jean-Fabrice RABAUTE <j...@core-services.fr>
wrote:
>
I am happy to announce the release of the Companion.JS v0.2, an alpha
version to a Javascript debugger for IE :

http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/CompanionJS/HomePage

The main new feature is the "console.log" feature, that simulates the
same Firebug feature.

The detailled javascript error (with call stack) feature will enable
faster debugging under IE.
This is FANTASTIC!

THIS IS AWESOME!!!!

I just installed Companion.JS and tested a complex page for the first
time in IE. There was an extra comma after the last element in an
Array literal. This took me two hours to track down the last time this
happened since there was no useful line number info and stack trace.
With the stack trace and proper file names/line numbers from
Companion.JS, I found the bug in seconds this time and the page is
working. AMAZING! THANK YOU!

:-D

Where do I donate?

THANK YOU!

Peter

Oct 18 '07 #5

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