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Re: R: Stored Procedure debugger from Peter Gulutzan and Trudy Pelzer
Great, I'll check it out. It sounds like a very nice tool. Thanks for developing it.
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> On Mar 13, 2015, at 8:12 AM, Peter Gulutzan <pgulutzan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Replying to Justin Swanhart:
> (Apologies if this doesn't appear at the right spot in the thread, I haven't figured this system out.)
> Yes, run SELECT my_func(blah) from some_table; and a breakpoint will be seen if my_func calls another function which calls another function and that function has a breakpoint. That's not much different from what's in the demo which is illustrated on ocelot.ca/blog. For this early alpha all we offer as an 'internals manual' is the code comments, but there are lots of them.
> Peter Gulutzan
>> On 03/12/2015 06:00 PM, Justin Swanhart wrote:
>> So I can run a SELECT my_func(blah) from some_table; and a breakpoint will fire if my_func calls another function which calls another function and that function has a breakpoint ? I fail to see how that is possible, but if it is, please provide a technical description of how it works if it is. I really think a debugging API is needed for such functionality.
>>> On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 12:46 PM, Peter Gulutzan <pgulutzan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Dear Alexander Barkov,
>>> Thanks for looking at the debugger feature of Ocelot's open-source GUI client.
>>> As you saw, ocelotgui supports breakpoints, flow control, and context inspection.
>>> Recently we added call-stack viewing and variable-changing, in the source downloads.
>>> The early-alpha release works on Linux.
>>> It does not require any Linux-only features, and the tools (C++ and Qt) are reputedly portable.
>>> Peter Gulutzan
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