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- Subject: Re: [Announce] Second Alpha release of a Lua debugger
- From: Steve Heller <steve@...>
- Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2007 23:44:32 -0500
On Sun, 15 Apr 2007 22:33:53 -0500, Rici Lake <email@example.com>
>Rici Lake wrote:
>> In a spurt of energy over Easter, I wrote a simple console-based
>> debugger for Lua, which I hope will prove useful. I've set up a
>> CVSTrac (temporarily) at http://primero.ricilake.net:8008/ldb/index
>I've now done a partial implementation of breakpoints (no conditional
>breakpoints nor tracepoints, although I should be able to add those
>You can examine files in the CVS, or get the complete tarball from:
>http://primero.ricilake.net/lua/ldb-25.tar.gz There have been some
>changes from the previous version; in particular, the breakpoint
>support is a separate file.
>Comments and suggestions are welcome.
Looks very nice for an alpha product. I do have a couple of questions,
1. I think line 35 of ldb-break.lua should read:
"local breakcalls, breakrets"
"local breakcall, breakret"
as the latter causes the code to fail the "strict" check during
2. How do I actually use breakpoints? I don't seem to be able to get
them to do anything. I can set them, but then if I do a "c" to
continue, they seem to be ignored. Also, if I call "ldb()" to invoke
the debugger, then try to do "s" or "n", I get a message "Not inside
breakpoint". Do you have an example of how to use them?