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Safari 1.3 has a JavaScript Console

My single biggest complaint about Safari in the past has been its terrible support for JavaScript debugging. Safari 1.3 has just been released, and tucked away in the Debug menu is a brand new JavaScript console option. It’s not as good as the Firefox equivalent (it throws up far too many “Undefined value, line: 0” errors for my liking) but it’s a big step in the right direction.

This is Safari 1.3 has a JavaScript Console by Simon Willison, posted on 16th April 2005.

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Previously hosted at http://simon.incutio.com/archive/2005/04/16/console