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For Ruby code, code that is not specific to Rhodes can first be debugged using any Ruby debugger - irb at the most basic level, but there are plenty of great GUI tools out there. I typically first develop what I can as a Ruby command-line program.
Rhodes has a GUI Ruby debugger in RhoStudio if you use the RhoSimulator. I don't use the RhoSimulator, though, I just log to rholog.txt and view the log as it is produced.
For Android, you can use Weinre.
As well, you can set a fixed port address in rhoconfig.txt, and then you can connect to the Rhodes server with any browser, and use Web Inspector, Firebug, etc.
Thanks Jon. This. Is what I was looking for.
Have a good one.