|Re: Komodo TCL debugger inside eclipse [message #1403623 is a reply to message #1403520]
||Thu, 24 July 2014 16:16
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 07/24/2014 07:49 AM, venkat palli wrote:|
> Hi Everyone,
> i am new to this forum as well as Eclipse IDE.
> i am using DLTK for tcl in Eclipse along with the Active Tcl Komodo
> Debugger for debugging my project.
> My project would contain a perl script which in turn runs multiple Tcl
> Perl Script >>>> [Tcl scripts(debug)]
> My main interest is to debug the Tcl scripts ( by use of break points ).
> If i have to use the Tcl debugger (in debug mode), i wouldn't be able to
> run the main perl script to start the program execution. Hence i have to
> come up with a wrapper script
> which is written in Tcl. Tcl Wrapper script >>> [Exec Per
> Script > [Tcl scripts(debug)]]
> this script uses " Exec " to run the perl which in turn would run the
> Actual tcl scripts of interest.
> However, as the exec calls for another spawned process, looks like the
> Tcl debugger is not able to trace the breakpoints which are inside the
> Tcl scripts(debug), as its only looking into the main tcl wrapper script.
> It would be great if anyone can help me to get around with this issue.
As this forum is only for asking questions about installing and using
Eclipse, and Komodo isn't created by Eclipse, you'll likely do better
using Google and/or contacting the Komodo community for support.
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