XTrace allows you to receive trace() data without having to be in the flash IDE. XTrace wraps around a custom socket server I wrote in java that will accept connections via XMLSocket on port 9994. To easily send trace data to the 'trace server' you can use the custom debug class included with the download. After calling debug.initSocket("127.0.0.1"); all data passed to debug.trace() will be send through a socket and given to the 'trace server'. XTrace will display the data received from the 'trace server' in a floating window.
What is new in this release:
- CMD+Shift+C now clears the log window
- XTrace now automatically starts the trace server
- Added the Sparkle (auto updating) framework
- Added the ability to disable wrapping in the log window
- Added the option for window auto-close (log window will close when the SWF it is connected to closes)
- New icon thanks to Ale!
- Log message coloring/formatting thanks to Daniel Giribet
- Compiled & tested as a universal binary
Mac OS X 10.4 or higher