Developing in AIR just got a little suckier

I wanted to try putting a javascript console inside an AIR app to aid development. I tried firebug lite, which I've been using a lot to debug IE. When I started up the app and hit F12, the console came up and everything, '1+2' gave 3, so time to rejoice? Not so fast, if you try to type 'window', or 'document', you get this error:

Error: Adobe AIR runtime security violation for JavaScript
 code in the application security sandbox (eval)

So they sandboxed eval and restricted access the dom and any other api that's available. And it's for... security reasons. What does Adobe have against eval? This sucks!
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