Ok so maybe you'll be interested in a couple things -- the other day I
started using binary traces heavily and I found out that only the first
line was being displayed correctly. Fixed it, and I made a universal
binary too since I'm now running on Intel. Drop me a line if you're
interested (I know, I really should release it -- will do when I have
I also have uncommitted stuff like Bluetooth tracing support
(implemented by Daniel Morais), for more exotic debug setups.
John Wittkoski wrote:
> On 2/21/07, Florent Pillet <florent@flor...> wrote:
>> It's cool, though. Running the Windows Mobile device emulator in an XP
>> virtual machine running on Parallels on my Mac, I send get all the
>> traces sent over TCP/IP to Cocoa Palm Reporter running in OS X on the
>> same machine (actually I do the same for Palm OS development). But I'm
>> not sure of how many developers understand the potential and interest of
>> code instrumented with traces for debugging -- it can help solve
>> complex problems you can't figure out with step-trace debugging.
> Just a note of thanks - I find Cocoa Palm Reporter extremely useful, without
> it debugging would be a nightmare. Thanks for providing this tool!