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There's one problem with seeing everything. The fact that you see everything. In the loads of data it's awfully hard to find the bits you need. Unless the post-mortem debugger allows for very good filering I think all this information gets in the way more than it helps.

Actually I think if this thing is so helpfull to you, there's probably something wrong with your programming style. The program is not modularized enough, the modules are not unit tested, ...

Jenda
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In reply to Re: "omniscient debugging" for Perl by Jenda
in thread "omniscient debugging" for Perl by spurperl

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