Something I think about when I read about things like this whether there some sort of unifying principle that could be used in other debuggers or for other similar sorts of programs. Is there some support that a debugger should be providing to make things like this easier?
Too often, especially with the venerable Perl debugger, you read about patch someone has that made that does some interesting thing. Or s a trick you can do in order to get something done that is commonly needed. It feels less like the "art" but rather knowing about a number of isolated tricks, or worse, workarounds that is relevant for one debugger on one programming language. That said, of course, all of this is cool. On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 4:34 AM, Richard Foley <richard.fo...@rfi.net> wrote: > Here is an interesting module from Peter Vereshagin which might help with > debugging forks under the perl debugger, if you use tmux version 1.6+ > > http://search.cpan.org/dist/Debug-Fork-Tmux > > -- > Ciao > > Richard Foley > > http://www.rfi.net/books.html > >