|P is for Practical|
To DEBUG, or to COMMENT. _That_ is the questionby taint (Chaplain)
|on Nov 08, 2013 at 15:21 UTC||Need Help??|
...Or are they the same, and this is all moot.
I tend to just poke around in the half-baked, or unfinished modules on CPAN, when I run into a problem on a Perl script/project I'm working on, and just can't seem to get past.
In doing so; I'll either come back with a fresh set of eyes. A light will go off, as I'm looking at someone elses code. Or I'll find a great Module to finish. Maybe even an idea for a better one.
While I have just now installed it. I haven't yet used it.
Anyhow. I'm going to experiment with it, and see if it might just suffice as a mini/pseudo DEBUGGER. I only bothered, as it looks a bit eassier to implement, and use.
So I'm going to use this space to document my findings. So others that haven't heard of/used it, might find out more. For those that have, might share their experiences with it.
Well. That's it for now. If you have used this; please comment. Is this a practical pseudo DEBUGGER? No? Why not?
#!/usr/bin/perl -Tw use perl::always; my $perl_version = (5.12.5); print $perl_version;