Chronon Time Travelling Debugger

The Chronon Time Travelling Debugger allows you to playback Chronon recordings of your Java programs and easily find root cause of defects. It is specifically built from the ground up to allow debugging of long running programs that run for days/months and are highly multithreaded. The debugger plugs seamlessly into Eclipse adapting itself naturally to your workflow. You can also use the Eclipse integration of the Chronon Debugger to easily record programs on your development machines from within Eclipse.

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Download Instructions

There are three ways you can download the time travelling debugger. Choose one.

http://chrononsystems.com/updatesite

Current version: 3.70.0.201

> > Read Instructions on using the update site URL to install Chronon within Eclipse.

Requires Eclipse 3.6 (helios) or higher.

Mac Users: Please use Java 6 update 24 or higher.

If you cannot use our update site (e.g. due to firewall issues) or just prefer local installation:

>> Download the zipped version of the entire update site.

>> Read installation instructions for manual installation.

Do not place the zip in the ‘eclipse/dropins’ folder.

Note : We strongly recommend using the update site whenever possible. Manual installation should only be used as a last resort.

Chronon is built into Intellij IDEA 13.1 Ultimate. Read details

Quick Start

Java Logging

See more at our Getting Started Guide,
or view the Step-by-Step Chronon Tutorial.

Record Remote Machines

To record outside eclipse, try the Chronon Recording Server.

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Chronon Recording Server