Habari Web Components with JclDebug stack trace support

The upcoming release of Habari Web Components 2.9 introduces experimental support for stack trace output with JclDebug, part of the open source Jedi Code Library, in addition to the already included support for madExcept stack traces.

Exception stack traces are available in development stage mode, and require linking with detailled map information. Please note that these experimental features are not covered by the standard basic support scheme for Habari Web Components and not guaranteed to work with all versions of Delphi / Free Pascal.

The screenshots below illustrate the output on screen and in the Log4D logging output:

Habari Web Components

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