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- Subject: Re: [Announce] Second Alpha release of a Lua debugger
- From: Steve Heller <steveheller@...>
- Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 08:37:54 -0700 (PDT)
--- Rici Lake <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Steve Heller wrote:
> > I also have another question: exactly how do I set
> > breakpoint in a file? I've tried this:
> > b
> Without the :
> b foo.lua 18
> I don't have a windows machine right now, so I don't
> know whether it
> would be / or \ but my guess is that it would be \.
> The filename
> must be exactly as it appears in the functions
> 'source' property,
> which is not very convenient since you don't know a
> priori what
> that says. You can see it once you're in the
> debugger, though;
> when you single step through the file, ldb displays
> its view of
> the current filename.
Unfortunately, I still can't get it to set the
breakpoint. The file name shows up as this in ldb:
so I had to guess at the beginning of the name, but so
far I haven't been able to guess correctly.
Also, the latest version doesn't pass the arguments in
correctly as far as I can tell.
> I'd love to make this simpler to use, but it's not
> clear to me how to do so.