Forum: Ruby Documented practical debugger workflow / tools?

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3d4490d422bd40a4c5f460a0ddc73dc3?d=identicon&s=25 Demetrius Gallitzin (Guest)
on 2007-03-24 04:55
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I am looking for practical examples of effective debugging workflow in
ruby that is documented.

Currently, I see ruby documentation explain installation and running
ruby, starting with the most ancient standard input and ^D.  But I
don't see any real workflow examples of using whatever tools exist
there.  I've read about debugging via text commands, but is this what
everyone is using and expected?

A documented debugging workflow can allow others to review and even
see if improvements can be made, but right now I can find extremely
little on the tools and interfaces used for effective
(time/usefulness) debugging in a ruby environment.
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