Date: 3/2/2004
I got i.Ftp running on Zeta last night, the main window came up and it was recognisable. Fonts are broken and the toolbar images were missing but it's a start. At least it's building, and showing something that I can work with.

I don't know if this is new or not but the default simple debugger now has the ability to launch bdb to handle the debugging session. This is pretty cool because if you can't work out what the problem is from the stack crawl then being able to fire up bdb to inspect the value of variables is just way cool. Much better than the current sad state of affairs under Linux. It's almost as good as debugging under Windows, which is pretty svelte these days.
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