I'm using perl 5.8.5, with perl5db.pl version 1.27, and PadWalker
My understanding is that with the PadWalker module installed, the 'y'
command in the debugger is supposed to show you the lexical variables in
some scope (say, the current scope).
It doesn't seem like it's quite working for me:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] scripts]$ perl -d ./template_metrics.pl
Loading DB routines from perl5db.pl version 1.27
Editor support available.
Enter h or `h h' for help, or `man perldebug' for more help.
main::(./template_metrics.pl:22): my $TEMPLATE_SUMMARY_HTML =
main::(./template_metrics.pl:23): my $TEMPLATE_METRIC_HTML =
main::(./template_metrics.pl:24): my $METRICS_SPREADSHEET =
main::(./template_metrics.pl:25): my $BACKGROUND_FILE =
$METRICS_SPREADSHEET = undef
$TEMPLATE_METRIC_HTML = undef
$TEMPLATE_SUMMARY_HTML = 3
Do you have any suggestions as to what might be wrong or better yet how
to fix it?
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