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Re: Debugging with Apache::DB: how to disable unneeded debug output?

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  • Perrin Harkins
    ... That s the nature of the debugger: it tells you everything it can. If that s too much, you can either get good at using the debugger to skip to sections
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 27, 2004
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      Egor Shipovalov wrote:
      > I'm debugging my mod_perl/Mason application interactively using Apache::DB.
      > While everything seem to work as advertised, I get a lot of unneeded console
      > output from httpd. Looks like it's reporting every subroutine and eval call

      That's the nature of the debugger: it tells you everything it can. If
      that's too much, you can either get good at using the debugger to skip
      to sections you care about using break points and the like, or switch to
      using logging as an alternative to the debugger.

      - Perrin


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