[ic] Re: How to User perl -d on interchange

Ron C. Colcernian rcc@dresults.com
Mon, 19 Mar 2001 08:03:53 -0500

>On Sun, Mar 18, 2001 at 10:28:14PM -0500, Ron C. Colcernian wrote:
>> How do you make this work: "perl -d interchange"?
>> In learning the internals of interchange I'd
>> like to single step, set break points, and query variables.
>> I've tried several combinations modifing Server.pm
>> to stop forking, but have been frustrated and have received
>> several differing errors and problems. I'm tired spend 10 hours
>> on this, I really need help from the pro's.
>> I realize this is a testing and development strategy.
>Don't start at the top, start with Interpolate.pm and work out.

How would you suggest doing this. Is there a way in perl
to grab a job that is running in the background like gdb's
attach [pid] command.

Are you suggesting typing perl -d Interpolate.pm?

It's not yet clear to me, if you could a couple more clues.


>> What tools do the developers use?
>> Thank you
>> Ron Colcernian
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