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Re: perl6 emacs debugger

by Anonymous Monk
on Jul 26, 2013 at 16:55 UTC ( #1046563=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to perl6 emacs debugger

I much appreciate commentary so far.

Sounds like best knowledge is that we're not there *yet*.

And, yes, I have tried emacs --eval ..., even emacsclient --eval (BTW I run emacs (and emacsclient :-) via a perl script).
Unfortunately, perl6-debug does not (yet) seem to output information that emacs gud logic uses to make it behave as expected (:-(.

I am sure this will come, and am (of course) willing to help, and will be on the lookout for perl6db.el, or some such.
And I'm sure we'll get there. Emacs is a great environment for debugging perl, and will be no less so for perl6.

Thank you.


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Re^2: perl6 emacs debugger
by delson (Initiate) on Jul 26, 2013 at 17:00 UTC
    Oh, I got logged off ... ergo anonymous. The previous ('best knowledge') comment was by me (delson).

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