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I'M tok english but I need say ,it is very goode software thankyou
...for an useful addon working smoothly-
worked perfectly on very obfuscated code. thanks.
Very useful to see how things work. A must have for JS developers. There is much space for improvements, but this is a new beginning. Keep up the good work!
. мастерская работа .
A must have add-on for security researchers and hardcore developers.
+ works professionally with firefox 13.0.1
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Läuft perfekt!!! Ich hatte so einen Plug-in immer mir gewünscht!
Keep up the good work!
I've been looking for this for so long!
It's not flashy, styled, or dare I say polished, but very functional, and shows you real time what's happening. Extremely helpful.
This addon is super very good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I very like it!!!!!!
Works, but not very well. Could use some improvements:
-Show what variable(s) an anonymous function is assigned to so it can be backtraced.
-Clean up the code. There are still globs with hundreds of statements per line.
Also, nothing is showing up in the "Executed Scripts" tab.
I new that this tool was out there somewhere. Perfect! Exactly what I was looking for.
This tool was exactly what I was looking for when trying to troubleshoot some issues with our proxy server.
However, it easily causes Firefox to use up 100% of one of my CPU cores and makes Firefox fail to respond for seconds at a time.
I think this tool still has a place but anyone using it should be careful to create filters before hitting an active page.
thanks I shall ad this to my war chest
Feature requests tho:
- When window is opened and running have a checkbox to temporarily stop capturing.
- Separate Clear logs
- Deeper scope to include scripts that may be executed locally.
First feature request is obvious and something I want as well. But I don't really understand the other two. How is "Separate Clear logs" different from the "Clear" button? What does "Deeper scope" mean? You can already show browser/extension scripts being executed if you change the filters, only that you need a Firefox 3.5 nightly for this to fully work.
Feel free to start a discussion in the forum (http://adblockplus.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=5) - no registration required, just click "New topic".
Hi Wladimir, this looks like a great start!
Looking through the output in the Error Console .. looks like one has to sift through a mountain of data in search for a few gems. I guess you can say it's more of a "presentation" UI thing, but this looks good. Difficult to use on a daily basis simply because I can't afford to dig that much.
A way to drill down would be helpful. For instance, if I just want to see all the output from eval() and document.write() and ignore the rest.
I already changed the view from Error Console to a dedicated window with search capabilities, this will probably be released today. Also, there are now two views, one for things being compiled and another for scripts that get executed. The latter should reduce the amount of code you have to look through considerably - unfortunately, right now it tends to be incomplete (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=475334).
As to eval vs. document.write - that would be https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=449464
This is a very useful plug-in for the security research community that analyzes obfuscated malicious web content. I hope there will be more improvements once it's approved out of the sandbox, but this initial version is still very useful and gives me a great insight into the browser's code execution. Thanks Wladimir.