: Letters 0.1.0 - A tiny debugging library

Hey guys,

I’ve gotten tired of recreating the same debugging abstractions every
time I build something with Ruby. So I created Letters to abstract that
away.

You can find more info at http://lettersrb.com. The Github repo is
http://github.com/davejacobs/letters.

Check it out and let me know what you think!

Best,
David

The mailing list software cut off the subject, sorry – it’s supposed to
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David J. писал 30.09.2012 21:36:

The mailing list software cut off the subject, sorry – it’s supposed
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It did not. Your original message is marked as intended.

Peter Z. wrote in post #1078102:

David J. писал 30.09.2012 21:36:

The mailing list software cut off the subject, sorry – it’s supposed
to be marked [ANN].

It did not. Your original message is marked as intended.

Strangely not at ruby-forum.com:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/4406285

although it’s fine at the mailing list archive:
http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/ruby-talk/399875

On 09/30/2012 11:15 AM, David J. wrote:

Thank you David. This looks interesting and useful. I’ll be trying it
out, as a shortcut for increasing my awareness of what’s happening in my
developing code.

t.

Tom C., MS MA
[email protected]
(435) 272-3332
Cedar City / St. George, Utah, U.S.A

On 30.09.2012 19:15, David J. wrote:

I’ve gotten tired of recreating the same debugging abstractions every time I
build something with Ruby. So I created Letters to abstract that away.

You can find more info at http://lettersrb.com. The Github repo is
http://github.com/davejacobs/letters.

I gave it a shot and found it immediately useful, thanks!

I do debugging a lot but since I’ve learned about pry, I don’t want to
go back. Currently, I always have to write

binding.pry

somewhere to be able to jump into it. Would be awesome if this could be
supported with a letter, too.

cheers,

  • Markus

Check it out and let me know what you think!

Pure awesomeness. Thanks for such a nice lib.

B

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