Chuck Swiger wrote:
On Apr 14, 2017, at 6:47 AM, Ernie Luzar <luzar...@gmail.com> wrote:
To aid in debugging the script I'm writing, I place "echo" commands throughout so I can
kind of have a trace of the logic as different conditions are processed. Normally I just delete
these "echo" commands after I get the script working.
Since you've gotten an answer to the question you asked, let me only note that
both sh and csh support the -x flag, which causes the shell to echo the
commands as it runs. This is extremely helpful for debugging.
Where is the this -x flag coded at? Do the executed lines roll fast off
the screen or can I slowly step through the script a line at a time?
Thanks for this bit of information.
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