To make debugging, for example, easier, I’ve added a new feature called debbug-options.
It allows you to modify the way debug messages are displayed from within the debugger. For example, you could set the line number of the message to something like 200 to show you the current code at line 200 without having to go back and type it out each time.
The debbug-options window is a great option if you want to show what your code is doing. It also gives you a lot of control over what is displayed.
When you don’t know about your environment, you can just put in your code and keep it running.
debbug has always been a great tool for helping you diagnose issues quickly and easily. But in the case of debbug, I have to put in the extra code every time I run it. When I run the debugger, the text appears in the window after my code finishes running. Then, if I open a new tab, I can put in the code and my debugger works again.
If you have a lot of code available in memory, you can use it to see what I’m doing. If you have a lot of code in memory, you can use it to see what I’m doing. This will allow you to see what I’m doing when I break the program. Just remember, you can always use the code inside the main program to see what I’m doing when I’m running it.
Code completion for me is a real problem. When I am writing a new program, I like to type in a lot of things to see if the program is doing what I think it is doing. This is bad because I know I can type in the same things and the program will go to hell. But if I use my debugger to see what Im doing, I can still see what Im doing. And, if you want to see what Im doing, just use your debugger.
And because of that, I tend to like to try to write programs in small, easy-to-understand chunks, so that my debugging sessions don’t become too long and boring.
While the new debbug program is a bit more complicated than before, it’s also a little easier to use. For example, I can now make a command that, if I type a string that begins with a period, will run the program until the first period is entered.
For those of you who have been using or interested in debbug, there is no reason to use it anymore. It has been superseded by several other debuggers like cscope, ddd, gdb, etc.