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    Josh Kimbrough commented  · 

    Trent, #6 is supported, select the line(s) and hold down <alt> then use the arrow keys to shift them around.
    I would like to see a persistent debugging view, similiar to the Debug perspective in Eclipse: When I enter debug, bring up the same windows (locals, transcript, Expression etc) in the same location as last time.
    I would also like the ability to add a watch that I can break on. Very useful when I want to watch the 237th iteration of a loop run.

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