Debugging Multiple SWFs
One of the neat features of the Amethyst ’Clylon’ debugger is its ability to ’listen and attach’ to SWFs across multiple projects and even running in multiple applications.
This gives you the ability to debug two, three, four or more SWFs simultaneously. This is a real advantage when building complex applications or web sites in which many separate SWFs communicate. Debugging them one at a time only gives you part of the picture. Multiple SWF-debugging lets you set breakpoints in numerous separate projects and break into the debugger whenever any of those breakpoints is hit in any of the executing SWFs.
Our latest short video tutorial explains how this works...