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Re: problems with debug mode

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Well, that is how all debuggers work that I know. Adding a prompt do you want me to show the next command? isn t very useful. You ll have to get used
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 30, 2001
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      Benji Fisher wrote:

      > 2. Thanks for straightening me out. I think it is confusing that, when I
      > execute one line, so that I can check its effects, the next line gets
      > printed. Suppose I have
      >
      > :let q = 17
      > :let q = q+1
      >
      > and my debug session looks like
      >
      > Breakpoint in "Bar" line 1
      > Entering Debug mode. Type "cont" to leave.
      > function Bar
      > line 1: let q = 17
      > >s
      > function Bar
      > line 2: let q = q+1
      > >echo q
      > 17

      Well, that is how all debuggers work that I know. Adding a prompt "do you
      want me to show the next command?" isn't very useful. You'll have to get used
      to it.

      > 3. I have gvim 6.0t on W95.

      Hmm, perhaps the file expansion functions are finding backup files too? I'll
      have to check that.

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