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an open source cobol debugger written in cobol..

an open source cobol debugger written in cobol..

an open source cobol debugger written in cobol..

I am trying the Opencobol compiler. (www.opencobol.org) I think it's very robust and strong cobol compiler. Unfortunately not (yet)  object oriented nevertheless very good product for use cobol with unix and windows systems.

I have written a cobol debugger suitable with that cobol, written with it, and available with open source license.

Actually it allows visual code, breakpoints... global (conditional) breakpoints animate and control graph build features.

If you like to take it, please, visit my company site at www.tp-srl.it

(there you can find some information about it and to get the last version from sourceforge.net ).
Thank you so much for your attention


RE: an open source cobol debugger written in cobol..

Is this compatible with Oracle? Can you embed sql?

RE: an open source cobol debugger written in cobol..

You should put this question to the opencobol.org site

look at the tp-cobol-debugger thread and ask there. Surely someone will reply. I used only STANDARD COBOL to write the the debugger I don't have a deep skill about opencobol sql features but I guess it can manage them.


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