We're excited to be able to bring you FusionDebug 3.5, and we'd like to thank our users for the many great suggestions and bug reports you sent us -- we truly appreciate it! Here's a quick rundown of what's new in 3.5.
Increase your development team’s productivity! FusionDebug now supports IP Filtering, which allows breakpoints to only fire when connecting via a specified IP address. This makes it possible for a developer to debug and set breakpoints against a central server, leaving the system untouched and unaffected for everyone else.
In many CF Shops it is common to have multiple developers working against an application setup on a central server. Previously when one developer was debugging, this could have interfered with the other developers’ work as the application would have halted when it hit a breakpoint. Now this is no longer the case. This feature is ideal for development teams, allowing debugging to take place without disruption to the team as a whole.
The value of a variable can now be changed directly from the Variables View by simply right clicking the variable to change. This enables quick and easy variable modifications while debugging. |
FusionDebug is now able to auto detect what platform the ColdFusion or Railo server is running on, making the configuration and usage of FusionDebug easier.
We've also worked hard to eliminate the bugs which you reported to us from our 3.0.1 release.