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Wed, 21 Nov 2007 15:03:09 -0500
On Nov 19, 2007, at 6:35 AM, John Jones wrote:
I'm trying (and failing) to get the Octave debugger to work. I would
step through an m - file.
The m - files file name is
how do you set break points and step though. I've tried the manual
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You can use the command line breakpoint functions: dbstop, dbclear,
dbstatus, and dbcont.
You can use the help command to see how they work, but here is a quick
this will return a list of breakpoints
First, are you using the latest version from CVS, or a version from
some sort of repository or installer? The latest version from CVS has
a syntax *more* similar to Matlab. For example, the line numbers can
be passed in as an integer or integer array, rather than as a string.
Also, if you assign dbstatus to a variable, then it will be a
structure array with a list of functions, file names, and lines
numbers of breakpoints.
- Debugger, John Jones, 2007/11/19
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