EurekaLog helps you to find and resolve bugs in your code, including exceptions, leaks and hangs.
EurekaLog is the exception tracer tool (what's this?) that gives your application the ability to catch all bugs in your code and generates a detailed log with the call stack, which includes unit, class, method and line number information (example). This information is also logged to a file and may optionally be forwarded to you (application developer) via Internet.
|•||You can read Basic terms if you're new to exception handling|
|•||You can read Typical scenarios to get idea on how to use EurekaLog to troubleshot problems|
|•||There are plenty of help and demos available! You can find them in EurekaLog's Start Menu folder. Also don't forget to check out our FAQ section|
Users upgrading from previous version
|•||Even if you are an experienced EurekaLog user, please run through the Introduction and Quick Start Tutorials sections quickly to get up to speed with what has changed in the latest version of the EurekaLog|
Build date: 2022-03-28
Last edited: 2022-01-17
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