TOPIC: Code stepper
Code stepper 3 Years, 10 Months ago

Has any progress been made on stepping through code in suneido ?
When I worked with suneido a couple of years ago I was able to hack the debug console to provide something along these lines. (Basically every step brought up the debug console). Although a hack it really proved to be very useful not only in finding bugs but also in figuring out how some of the objects in Suneido ran.

I'd like attempt this again, should a particular branch or label from sourceforge be used ? If so what branch / label ?


The contributing link on;id=57&Itemid=2
goes to page which is a 404

Post edited by: zippy, at: 2006/10/03 15:44
Re:Code stepper 3 Years, 10 Months ago
As far as I know, nothing more got done on this. I have gotten used to not having it, but I agree, from experience with other IDE's, this is a very useful feature.

I can't remember what you did previously. There is no specific branch or label on SourceForge. Actually, I think the source in the download may be more up to date than CVS.
Re:Code stepper 3 Years, 10 Months ago
Okay well Ill try to work with cvs HEAD that way at least Ill have a synch point ;)

All I did before was add a keyword (I think 'break') then after that you could choose to step in, over or continue from the debug window.

I need to get caught up on BSG's webisodes ..

Re:Code stepper 3 Years, 10 Months ago
I'll update CVS. (At some point I want to switch to Subversion now that SourceForge supports it.)

Thanks for reporting the broken link - should be fixed now.