Firefox Debugging (WAS RE: Re: [ubl-dev] Technology heavy-weig
Thanks Peter. I got the same suggestion on the X3D list. There seems to be a consensus among some that the Firefox debugging utilities are better. I hate to get another browser (more dlls == more dll hell == more incompatible examples in tutorials) but I guess they peacefully co-exist on the machine, yes? I may do that after I finish writing this installment of the blog tutorial and move on to the xmlhttp examples for stringing the updates into the X3D scene through the SAI. The idea is to have 3D sequencing components that can be swapped in and out as the user selects new songs, thus new sequences. Not rocket science but it lives and dies in the details of three different languages (four if you count CSS five if SQL six if php) so better debugging will definitely improve the tedium. We've all become wheel-walking hamsters in the Internet power station. len From: Peter Hunsberger [mailto:peter.hunsberger@g...] On 4/22/07, Len Bullard <cbullard@h...> wrote: <snip/> > That is why I am sitting here with Jscript debug mode turned on. > I haven't used it in a very long time and forgot it was there. Pretty > handy, actually, when doing a hand-rolled application, but it outs every > page I go to if I forget to turn it off. If you haven't already done so, run Firefox and use FireBug, it should improve your productivity an order of magnitude... https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1843
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