Ruby Editor, clickable stacktrace in console


#1

I’ve surrender to use Ruby IDE (they all are too alpha, no matter wich
version it is).

Ruby Console debugger is good ennought. But there is one thing i can’t
live without - clickable stacktrace.

I’m using Kate/GEdit/KDevelop and running program in Linux Console. But
there is one problem - there is no clickable stacktrace!
Is there any way to do this - click on console error stacktrace and go
to File and Line in Editor?

P.S.
I’m considering to switch to Apple, but it seems that TextMate also
doesn’t has this feature (clickable stacktrace) or it does has?


#2

Ruby in Steel has callstack navigation:

http://www.sapphiresteel.com/Debugging-Ruby-with-the-Cylon

best wishes
Huw


#3

Hi,

At Fri, 13 Mar 2009 19:13:50 +0900,
Alexey P. wrote in [ruby-talk:331058]:

Is there any way to do this - click on console error stacktrace and go
to File and Line in Editor?

inf-ruby.el


#4

On Mar 13, 2009, at 03:13 , Alexey P. wrote:

I’ve surrender to use Ruby IDE (they all are too alpha, no matter wich
version it is).

Ruby Console debugger is good ennought. But there is one thing i can’t
live without - clickable stacktrace.

autotest.el on emacs has clickable backtraces. It is fairly trivial to
do for regular shell/comint as well (steal it from autotest.el since
that is really what it is doing).