> From: Paul Gaspar <paul at b dot dot dot >
> Date: Tue Jan 29, 2002 4:18 pm
> Subject: Re: [ANN] Buggy 1.0 b1
>> Not to be picky, but what's the advantage over using DCon and Alfred v.
>> Hoek's MongoToDCon plugin (which has much less impact and overhead)?
> Hi Andy!
> You are absolutely right when you say DCon with Alfred's plugin is
> the technically better solution - its faster and lean.
> Just DCon is a dead product. It's manufacturer went out of business,
> and there will be no OSX version. Now if you want to write log files
> with it for Classic, you can pay $49,95 to the remaining DCon
> distributor for a dead product, which not everybody wants.
> Buggy is just the result of a special purpose I needed it for, not a
> big thing, but has some additionally features and will get more in
> future. Perhaps its useful for some of you - if not, trash it.
Paul, MongoToDCon also writes to the OSX console, or the DebugView Console
(Win32). And DCOn Demo comes with the plugin, so you don't need to pay a
And as Andy says, it is free, you can modify the source, and DCon, DebugView
and Console are being used by the people that make up RS, as well as by
plugin authors for plugin-C/C++ code. It's not the only tool available that
is helpful, there are many others too, including your Buggy.