[lively-kernel] Debugger now available in all worlds
robert.krahn at hpi.uni-potsdam.de
Mon Feb 13 02:06:18 CET 2012
On Feb 13, 2012, at 1:38 AM, Christopher Schuster wrote:
> There is still a long way to go, but everyone interested in debugging Lively
> can now use the built-in cross-browser debugger in three different ways:
> 1. Ctrl+Shift+D / Cmd+Shift+D
> keyboard shortcut to debug the selected code fragment
> 2. World Menu > Debugging > Debug Morphic Scripts
> enables setting breakpoints in the object editor
> with "debugger" statements
> 3. World Menu -> Debugging -> Prepare system for tracing/debugging +
> World Menu -> Debugging -> Start global debugging
> uses method instrumentation to maintain stack information
> with a slight performance overhead
> If any of these three methods is used, unhandled exceptions will open a
> debugger window instead of showing a red box.
> Any feedback regarding bugs and feature requests is appreciated.
> Happy debugging,
> PS: Integration with the test runner is on the way and coming soon.
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