I've finally decided to do a bug fix release for ruby-breakpoint. In the near future you can expect more news from this project as I'll be working on it for this year's Summer of Code. See the TODO for what is planned: http://ruby-breakpoint.rubyforge.org/doc/files/TODO.html If there is anything else I can do to make ruby-breakpoint more useful or easier to use please tell me. Now is the best time to suggest new features! = What is ruby-breakpoint? ruby-breakpoint lets you inspect and modify state at run time. This allows you to diagnose bugs, patch applications and more all via IRB by simply doing a method call at the place you want to investigate. ruby-breakpoint is integrated into the popular RubyOnRails and Nitro web development frameworks. In the past it has also been a part of the Ruby dev-utils Project. ruby-breakpoint is available from http://ruby-breakpoint.rubyforge.org/ The web site also is a good place for discussing new features, filing bug reports and so on. = Where can I get it? ruby-breakpoint is available via RubyGems. Using it installing is as easy as typing the following into a shell: gem install ruby-breakpoint If you don't have RubyGems or prefer downloading this via the web that's no problem either. All files are also available directly from RubyForge via http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=559 = What's new in ruby-breakpoint 0.5.1? * Moved functionality of bin/breakpoint_client to lib/breakpoint_client.rb and changed it so that it will respect previously set Options. (Should make it easier for other libraries to integrate ruby-breakpoint with custom options.) * Fixed trouble with .irbrc on remote breakpoint server when calling DRb.activate_drb (see http://dev.rubyonrails.com/ticket/803) * Fixed client.y not working (Need to undef DRbObject#to_yaml) * Fixed client << 5 and similar not working * Fixed client.require not working with some RubyGems versions * WorkSpace#evaluate no longer extends strings and numerics with DRbUndumped (Works around "DRb::DRbObject#to_str should return String" style bugs) * Documented bug in Binding.of_caller() that causes Breakpoint.breakpoint() to have a wrong object context. breakpoint() works correctly.
on 2006-06-05 15:57