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TCL Remote Debugging Issue - Not able to step-into a proc [message #843527] Fri, 13 April 2012 05:45 Go to next message
Nitesh Sinha is currently offline Nitesh Sinha
Messages: 2
Registered: April 2012
Junior Member
I am using Komodo TCL Remote Debugger ver 7.0.2 for Windows with DLTK plugin for debugging TCL scripts.

I am not able to step-into a calling procedure , whether it is in the same TCL script or another. Though the proc is executed and the result is seen in the console window.

I am running the following example:

In a file one.tcl
#!/bin/sh
# one.tcl \
exec tclsh "$0" ${1+"$@"}

package ifneeded two 1.0 [list source "c:\\Users\\nitesh.sinha\\workspace\\temp\\two.tcl"]
package require two

puts "Starting"
two::testDebugStepInto
puts "Done"



in another file two.tcl
#!/bin/sh
# two.tcl \
exec tclsh "$0" ${1+"$@"}
package provide two 1.0
namespace eval two {
  namespace export testDebugStepInto
}

proc two::testDebugStepInto { } {
	puts "Line 1"
	puts "Line 2"
}


On debugging the file one.tcl, the following output is seen
Quote:

Starting
Line 1
Line 2
Done


Which means, that the proc is getting called and executed, but i am not able to step-into the proc definition.

If this a bug? or am i missing something?

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Re: TCL Remote Debugging Issue - Not able to step-into a proc [message #846578 is a reply to message #843527] Mon, 16 April 2012 07:28 Go to previous message
Nitesh Sinha is currently offline Nitesh Sinha
Messages: 2
Registered: April 2012
Junior Member
The issue is resolved.

In my actual code, there were instances where Eclipse was able to resolve location to some certain files , so i was modifying the code, and the error were removed.

It turned out that, TCL interpreter has its own method of calling TCL files , so no need to to resolve the location errors, If the scripts are able to run in tchsh command shell, they'll run in eclipse as well.

Just leave the errors, if any , as it is . Go ahead with compiling and debugging.
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