With Rails 2.3.2 and ruby-debug 0.10.3 very weird things are happening. Am I the only one?
on 2009-03-20 18:03
on 2009-03-21 21:58
Fernando P. wrote: > With Rails 2.3.2 and ruby-debug 0.10.3 very weird things are happening. > Am I the only one? Here is one of the weird behavior: in development mode, if I edit a Model, I sometimes notice that the code doesn't get reload when I issue the 'list' command in the debugger. Therefore I bang my head not understanding why my edits don't make any change. Therefore I have to ctrl+c and relaunch Thin. Anyone else ran in this problem previously? Best regards,
on 2009-03-22 19:52
Did that *ever* work? Development mode reloading only works between requests. Ruby-debug may also be caching its own copy of the source somewhere. --Matt J. On Mar 21, 3:58 pm, Fernando P. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
on 2009-03-22 20:29
Matt J. wrote: > Did that *ever* work? Development mode reloading only works between > requests. Ruby-debug may also be caching its own copy of the source > somewhere. I think it happens when I open another terminal and use script/console. Well I wasn't able to clearly identify the cause. Another weird behavior, is that when the debugger kicks in, sometimes I can directly access classes and objects without having to go into irb (I think that applies when debugger is in a model), sometimes I need to enter irb. Another one: when entering irb, I sometimes see lot's of error/warning messages, and the request carries on as if the breakpoint didn't exist. If I reissue the request and enter irb, the second time the request won't carry on.
on 2009-04-04 18:42
I've got the same problems I'm running as regular > $ ruby script/server --debugger reach the break point > (rdb:5) trying to run irb > (rdb:5) irb and > INTERNAL ERROR!!! Unrecognized switch: -debugger >... Full trace here: http://pastie.org/436603.txt But if you run debugger with RAILS_GEM_VERSION 2.2.2 or 2.1.2, everything works fine. irb by itself and script/console works fine under 2.3.2 Ubuntu Linux 8.10 kernel 2.6.27-7-generic ruby 1.8.7 (2008-08-11 patchlevel 72) [i486-linux] Temporary solution: run debugger through > $ rdebug ./script/server Have to push "c" after starting up Anyway, better than nothing.
on 2009-04-04 19:20
Vladimir R. wrote: > I've got the same problems I saw somewhere that irb in debugger is an "experimental feature", so we'll have to deal with it. Anyway I can do 99% of my debugging simply by using pp to figure how things will get evaluated and the state of the variables.