This is a PPWIZARD command line switch.
This option can be useful in determining what is going wrong when you don't get the output you expected.
The output is fairly easy to understand and aims to actually teach (or help you to understand) certain commands (such as #import).
This switch is handy if you really have no idea where something is going wrong, if you have an idea of where the fault lies then it is much smarter to add #debug commands where required so as to speed up ppwizard execution and reduce the volume of output. Another way of reducing debug output is via the DebugLevel option.
To get the maximum output use the switch as early as possible on the command line.
If you wish to report a problem with ppwizard then please use this switch and send the output zipped along with any other details.
Note that if this command line switch is used you can no longer turn debug mode on and off with the #debug command or the DebugOn() or DebugOff() routines.
The following switches are also simulated: