|Debugging engine for debug Tcl with DLTK [message #638501]
||Thu, 11 November 2010 14:18
| Marcus Granath
Registered: November 2010
I'm trying to use Eclipse and DLTK to debug som Tcl scripts.
As I understand, DLTK uses ActiveState debugger engine to debug Tcl code (?)
Is that the only debugger engine that DLTK is supporting?
I have (so far) nothing against Komodo and their remote debugger engine for Tcl.
BUT I'm not sure regarding the license agreement.
On the download link for ActiveState remote debugger, it says:
"The Tcl remote debugging client is covered under and requires a Komodo license for use. See the file License.txt in each archive for more information."
Do I need to bought a commercial Komodo license to be able to use the ActiveState debugger engine?? Or can I use it for free?
If not, are there any free debugger engine for debugging Tcl with DLTK in Eclipse?
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