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Re: Setting break point for particular condition in the subroutineby LanX (Bishop)
|on Mar 07, 2013 at 08:22 UTC||Need Help??|
> I tried to set as b Engine::_Execute /INITIAL/i but my script runs without wait.
you're setting a breakpoint on the routine with a condition which checks $_ which doesn't make much sense.
If I where you I would set the breakpoint at first line of body of if($cmd =~ /INITIAL/i) condition, that is unless (fork)
There is more than one way to do it.
Find the line number by investigating the routine with l Engine::_Execute and set b line_number.
Or manipulate your source and include $DB::single=1 before the line you want to break.