Writing your own Debugger for Perl

Writing your own Debugger for Perl

By Gabor Szabo (‎szabgab‎) from Israel.pm
Date: Thursday, 24 July 2003 09:45
Duration: 20 minutes

When debugging your code you can either insert print
statements and run your code or you can use various
interactive debuggers and step through your code.

This is very nice but sometimes you will want to collect
deugging and other information about your code without
inserting print statements and without stepping through
10,000 lines of code.

I am going to show a couple of examples of how you can
use the hooks in the Perl debugger to collect that information.

See also: perldoc perldebguts

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