True, but are we running 5.8.x in production?

Also, isn't 'w' (lowercase) "window" -- show a patch of code? Not unlike the '-' and 'l' commands?


At 07:55 AM 11/4/2003 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

>For the Debugger, take a look at the W command -- Set Watch
>Point (doc in
>Camel, under "Debugger Commands > Tracing"

Make that the 'w' command.

Uppercase 'W' is deprecated as of 5.8.0.

Richard Foley
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>At 08:55 PM 11/3/2003 +0200, Gabor Szabo wrote:
>>I am looking in either the built in debugger or ptkdb.
>>Is there a way to set a 'floating' break point that will
>>stop the code execution when the value of a variable changes ?
>>Or when the value of a variable receives a certain value ?
>>Better yet when a hash changes ?
>>The point is that I don't know the code, I have know idea
>>where is this variable changed and there are lots of places
>in the code
>>where it can change.
>>    Gabor
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