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[debug] Fill the entire variables view at once? [message #336415] Wed, 10 June 2009 15:36
Ben Vitale is currently offline Ben Vitale
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Registered: July 2009
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For a given stack frame, lets say I have 100 variables, all starting
with various letters A to Z. In my case they are all essentially
considered "local" (not really a notion of scope in this language) so
its just a flat list.

Since the viewer is lazy, when I hit a breakpoint, it fills in the first
20 (or whatever is visible), so let's say that is variables that start
with A - E. As a user, I know I am interested in X.VAR.NAME. I just
want to type that name into the viewer and have it scroll down. But I
can't because its a virtual viewer so there isn't such an item yet.

I've seen what Ctrl-F does to force the entire table to be realized, but
its using all internal APIs.

Any suggestions from other folks who have used the debug framework?
Basically I want to force it to realize all the items on demand.

Thanks
Ben
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