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Re: Using the Perl Debugger (-d)

by CountZero (Bishop)
on Jan 26, 2007 at 07:10 UTC ( [id://596678]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Using the Perl Debugger (-d)

I use the debugger which is included in the KOMODO IDE. Depending on how you start your script, it can just run your code or it can single step through your code (with or without single stepping through sub-routines) or it can run your code and start single stepping once it reaches a "break-point". All the time when single stepping it shows the contents of all your variables which are in scope at that time.

A truly great tool and a big help in solving the more difficult issues.

Of course all this can be done with the Perl-debugger too: after all the KOMODO debugger is really the Perl debugger in disguise!


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