What's new with CodeDynamics 2019.1
User Interface Options – Dark Theme Now Available
CodeDynamics’ user interface was built from the start to support multiple themes and for the 2019.1 release a dark theme is now available! To enable the dark theme simply select the Dark icon from the Display tab on the Preferences dialog, click OK and then restart CodeDynamics. When CodeDynamics restarts the user interface will be transformed into the new dark theme! Read more about why and how to use the new dark-themed user interface in this blog.
Support for Debugging in Python 3
For the 2019.1 release, CodeDynamics’ ability to debug mixed language Python and C/C++ applications has been enhanced to support Python 3.5 and above. Testing has been done on a variety of OS Python distributions as well as the Enthought Python distribution. The Anaconda Python distribution is not supported due to the unavailability of debug information with the distribution.
Standard Input Debugging Support
Support has been added to allow users to debug programs that require input to be entered at the console while the application is running.
Stability Improvements and Platform Updates
For the 2019 release, CodeDynamics has also added operating system support for SuSE/SLES 15 and the PGI 18.10 compiler. Numerous user-reported bug fixes have also been fixed in this release.
For more details please refer to the CodeDynamics release notes.