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Entrian Inline Watch 0.9.5: More powerful accessor display

Sunday, October 18th, 2015 by Richie Hindle
I’ve just released Entrian Inline Watch 0.9.5, with these fixes and features:
  • Accessor Method rules are now as powerful as Object Display rules, eg. Rect->Width() can be defined as {right-left} and display the calculated value (thanks, Martin).
  • Increased the default size limit of values, from 15 to 20 characters.
  • More compact default representation of single-value objects: {m_SomeMember=”Some string”} truncates to {“Some string”} rather than {m_SomeMe…string”}
  • Fixed an intermittent startup crash when the beta expiry date had passed.

As always, this new release is available from the download page or the gallery.

Update: 0.9.6 fixes a bug whereby the crash dialog could crash.  (Did I really just admit to that?)

 

Entrian Inline Watch 0.9.3: Template support; Optional raw pointers

Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 by Richie Hindle

I’m very pleased to announce Entrian Inline Watch 0.9.3, which introduces two new features:

  • You can now set Object Display rules for C++ template types, for instance for std::list you can set up a rule like this:

    std::list   \{size={_Mysize}\}

    to display the size of all std::list<whatever> objects like this: {size=10} (Thanks, Martin and Daniel)

  • The display of values for raw pointers in C/C++ is now optional – when there’s no Object Display rule configured for a type, and no sensible default value to display, you can choose whether to display the raw pointer value or nothing (thanks, Daniel).

Update: 0.9.4 adds C++ template support to Accessor Method rules as well as Object Display rules.

You can download the new release from the download page or the gallery.

Entrian Inline Watch 0.9.1: Less clutter, fewer bugs

Monday, October 5th, 2015 by Richie Hindle

(If you’re new to Entrian Inline Watch, check out the intro page!)

I’m pleased to announce Entrian Inline Watch 0.9.1, which fixes the following bugs:

  • Parameter values are now displayed properly for functions with a throw() signature (thanks, Martin).
  • Where there’s no Object Display rule for a class, and the debugger’s default value looks like {ClassName}, don’t clutter the code with it (thanks, Jan and Martin).
  • Commenting out a line in the Object Display settings no longer affects the layout of the columns.

You can download this new release from the download page or the gallery.

(Update: version 0.9.2 also updates the Beta expiry date. :-) )