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ID: 17457, DAP Pro

by Serg Vostrikov Email: Anonymous


Delphi Application Peeper or DAP is a tool designed to
assist software developers, project managers and professional
beta-testers in testing new applications and writing bug-reports.
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Updated on Thu, 24 Jan 2002 09:01:20 GMT
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Description
Delphi Application Peeper or DAP is a tool designed to
assist software developers, project managers and professional
beta-testers in testing new applications and writing bug-reports.
It offers powerful and flexible instruments to investigate objects
within certain applications on real-time basis and helps to
describe them properly. DAP allows you to explore applications
made with the following development suites: Borland Delphi
(versions 2-6) and Borland C++ Builder (versions 1-6).

Using DAP Pro you can click any visual component of applications
designed in Delphi or C++ Builder and see at runtime the following
things:

* Current values of properties of some control on which the sight
has been pointed.
* A list of events and if it is possible names of handlers of
these events.
* More detailed information about the control being explored:
- a list of ancestors,
- a list of methods of the very first ancestor (TObject)
with naming of real links of these methods,
- lists of properties (giving types of each property),
- lists of events (giving types of each event).
* Information about memory use of the application being investigated:
1) values of AllocMemCount and AllocMemSize
2) a list of dll being used
3) information about the process that is values of variables:
Process ID, Module ID, Parent ID, Parent Name, Base Priority,
Num Threads, Usage Count, Def Heap ID.

It's absolutely transparent to the application being observed!
DAP does not show a source code, but does show published information
included into the exe-file.

For more information, see http://www.devrace.com/

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