I was wondering whether there was either:
- A complete, up-to-date list of all Fiddler session flags, or
- A programmatic way to print all valid session flags in Fiddler itself.
Regarding 1: The online documentation contains a list of 30 session flags, which is less than half of the flags. Appendix C of the 2nd edition of Debugging With Fiddler (which I bought from GumRoad) contains a far more complete list of 67 flags, but also contains the following warning: "The list of supported flags grows with each update to Fiddler." The 2nd edition was released March 2015, and there have been a bunch of updates since then.
- Have any flags been added since March?
Regarding 2: This would be cool because it would reduce reliance on documentation (which tends to get out of date) or the book (which is infrequently published). Is there a way to do this?
On a related note, is there going to be a 3rd edition of Debugging With Fiddler? I was thinking of buying the 2nd edition paperback, but if there's a new one in the works I'd be inclined to buy it when it comes out.
On an unrelated note: I can't even describe how much I have enjoyed working with Fiddler! I was introduced to it about 6 months ago in a testing job, and I've continually been amazed at its sheer power and extensibility. You've created something absolutely beautiful, and I smile every time I use it. Your efforts in supporting the community (both here, and on StackOverflow) are monumental, and I hope Fiddler continues to blaze forward into the future!