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Re: debugging failure

From: David Bateman
Subject: Re: debugging failure
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2007 16:29:54 +0100
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John Swensen wrote:
> On Nov 26, 2007, at 6:29 AM, David Bateman wrote:
>> line 179 of pkg is a persistent command, then is not executed except for
>> the first time pkg is loaded, which is also why dbstop('pkg',1) didn't
>> work.. You need to place the brakpoint on an executable line for example
>> dbstop('pkg', 185);
>> D.
> Should this be filed as a bug?  In Matlab, it stops at persistent
> declarations regardless of whether it is going to be executed.  From
> what you said, it appears as if it will only be part of the execution
> tree the first time through.
> John Swensen
Humm, yes I think it might be considered a bug, as either it shouldn't
place the breakpoints on global or persistent statements or it should
stop at them.. However, this stuff appears to be set in the parse tree,
which is a bit of the code I don't want to touch, and so I hope someone
else will propose a patch :-)


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