Batch file users will be amazed at the power and speed CMDebug adds to Windows batch files, with tabbed edit windows and a powerful batch debugger with single stepping, breakpoints, syntax coloring, and tabbed variable and watch windows.
Version: 26.0CMDebug is a stand-alone version of the Take Command IDE and batch debugger component.
License: Free To Try $29.95
Operating System: Windows
CMDebug is intended for developers who need to develop batch files to run in CMD.EXE or TCC-RT (runtime).
CMDebug allows you to create and debug your batch scripts with the integrated graphical IDE.
CMDebug includes tabbed edit windows and a sophisticated debugger with single stepping, breakpoints, syntax coloring, tooltips, bookmarks, and tabbed variable and watch windows.
Windows batch file programming has never been easier or more powerful!
You can use CMDebug to develop either CMD-compatible batch files (.BAT or .CMD), or TCC-RT-compatible scripts (.BTM).
If you select the 'TCC Syntax' option, CMDebug provides the full TCC-RT command set. If you select the 'CMD Syntax' option, CMDebug will maximize CMD compatibility and disable TCC-only internal commands, variables, and functions.
Some internal CMD / TCC commands will also behave slightly differently or modify their display output in order to match CMD's behavior more closely.
Using CMDebug with TCC-RT allows you to write (and encrypt) scripts using the TCC command language, and then distribute them with the free TCC-RT runtime on an unlimited number of target machines.
Version 26.0: Over 300 new features since v25, including improved speed, many new batch debugger improvements, more colorization options, and expanded help.
Version 25.0: Over 300 new features since v24, including improved speed, many new batch debugger improvements, more colorization options, and expanded help.
Version 23.0: Auto save & load of bookmarks, breakpoints, and watch lists; many tweaks to the UI; greatly expanded help; and TCC-RT is now included in CMDebug.
Version 21.0: Initial release