Debugger for MySQL: Watches
Watches are absolutely indispensable when it comes to serious debugging. Watches enable you to monitor any number of expressions and variables in the current stack frame context. As the lines of code are executed, the context changes and so do the variables, so the data is updated dynamically. To set a watch, either type an expression or select an expression, variable or another element you want to trace and use the “Run -> Add Watch” command of the main menu (or press the Ctrl+F5 hotkey combination). Please note that you can even use expressions without variables in watches – for instance, current_date() will return the current date.
The latest version 188.8.131.524 has been released on April 21, 2017
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