Decode in tRev

Jerry Daniels jerry.daniels at me.com
Sat Feb 20 09:24:23 CST 2010


Mark,

I happen to agree with you, objectively speaking—even though I wrote  
the tool you are praising. We have some improvements to Decoder in the  
works that will make it even more useful.

Since we opened up the tRev API, I'm happy to also report that others  
are working on plugins to broaden tRev's capabilities.

1. There is a third party modal debugger under construction that will  
work with tRev (and Rev without tRev).
2. Also under development, a plugin for tRev that will let you write,  
check syntax, decode and deploy On-Rev CGI scripts.

Best,

Jerry Daniels

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On Feb 19, 2010, at 9:27 PM, Mark Swindell wrote:

> The more I get familiar with this feature of tRev the more I like  
> it.  It's quite a brilliant implementation.  Set all the breakpoints  
> you want, and then, after your script has run, go back and step  
> forward and backwards through each breakpoint snapshot, looking into  
> each set of conditions/states just as they occurred at every point  
> along the journey.  Just an excellent tool.
>
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