Woops, it’s suppose to be a comma, my fault.
I may be mistaken, but I believe only the IronRuby bits on
http://dynamicsilverlight.net can be debugged in Silverlight. I just did
a test and I cannot debug the ruby clock demo with the Silverlight SDK
bits, but it works with the Dynamic Silverlight bits. So, first make
sure you’re using the latest and greatest stuff from the web.
If you run the app, open the ruby file in VS, put a breakpoint in it,
attach to your browser running the app, and refresh the browser, you
should see the breakpoint flicker a bit and then break at the line.
This shouldn’t depend on any IE settings; you can debug Firefox as well.
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Subject: Re: [Ironruby-core] Cannot debug IronRuby + Silverlight - any
thanks for you answer. The application cannot seem to start when using a
semicolon to separate values in initParams. I tried comma instead (the
application manages to start this way - not sure if the param is passed
either way, the breakpoints remain in the same state (inactivated).
I guess it’s a first step although something still must be missing. When
refreshing the browser windows, should a new debugger pop up ? Could it
be some option at the internet explorer level ?