This is a debugger for J2ME. Jmdb emulates the user interface of GNU Gdb. The features of Jmdb are:
There are several commands you can use under the Jmdb:
In addition, Jmdb has a function to automatically search the command. That is to say, the user only has to input a part of a command, and press the enter key. Then, Jmdb will smartly find the real command which the user would like to execute. For example, if a user wants to execute 'quit' command, then he just need to input 'q' (or 'qu' or 'qui') and press enter, and then the Jmdb will know that the user wants to execute 'quit' and quit the Jmdb eventually. I have another example. If a user wants to execute 'help thread resume all' to know how to use 'thread resume all' command, through the function of automatic decision of the commands in Jmdb, he just needs to input 'h t r a' to finish the longer command sequence 'help thread resume all'. This function can be seen anywhere in Jmdb.
Besides, through the assistent of Emacs, Jmdb can achieve Java source level debugging. That is to say, when Java VM hits a pre-assigned breakpoint, the Emacs interface of Jmdb will show the corresponding Java source code of that breakpoint, and jump to the source line of that breakpoint. In addition, when we use Jmdb to examine the Java source codes, we can use 'print' command to show values of variables. We can also use 'next' to force Java VM to execute the next source line and stop, and use 'up' and 'down' arrow keys to examine the calling frames.
Jmdb includes a main program, and an elisp file for the Emacs interfcae, and a traditional chinese locale file.
Because Jmdb is written by the C++ programming language, and compiled by the GNU C++ Compiler version 3.3. Thus if you want to execute Jmdb, you needs:
Jmdb command-line options
The Emacs interface of Jmdb
When Java VM hits breakpoints, the Emacs interfcae of Jmdb will show the corresponding Java source codes automatically.