debugging toolbar position
benoit.cerrina at writeme.com
Thu Jan 20 21:24:33 UTC 2000
I think it would be nice if you could have the step over and step into be
little toolbar dropdowns like for the start debug button, the default would be
the vanilla version and the bottom one the per instruction version. Also I
personally like the step out a lot :-)
did anybody ever think of a customizable toolbar a la msdev, there would be an
option in the setup dialog which when active would let you drag the toolbar
buttons around, add new one corresponding to one of the keybindable functions
or remove one.
On jeu, 20 jan 2000, you wrote:
> On Fri, 21 Jan 2000, you wrote:
> > Benoit Cerrina wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi jbb,
> > > while working on the docview problem, I noticed that you had put the debugging
> > > toolbar in the browser toolbar while there was plenty of place in the main one,
> > > was this on purpose?
> > Hi Benoit,
> > I will take care for the shortcuts the next days. John, can you use the
> > default "Stop" button already present for all tools as stop for the
> > debugger, too ?
> (Hmmm deja vu anyone :-)
> > I think to shorten the main toolbar a bit we could move the What's this
> > button to the browser toolbar. That contains the help buttons as well,
> > so that would fit best, I think. Also I would like only a few (4 max.:
> > Start debugger,
> > Step into,
> > Step over,
> > STep out would be best, I think )buttons in the main bar and create a
> > "Debug" menu separately with all
> > commands. Is that OK ?
> "Start debugger" ? This is "Run"? or do you want the current "Start debugger"
> button moved. That would require
> Start debugger
> Step over
> Step into
> Interrupt (rather than "step out". I don't use step out very often i.e not very
> (5 buttons :-)
> Here's the full "Debug" menu.
> Start (other) -> Examine core file
> -> Debug other executable
> -> Attach to process
> -> Debug with arguments
> Run to cursor
> Step over
> Step over instruction
> Step into
> Step into instruction
> Step out of
> Interrupt execution
> What about debugger options?
> Using the external debugger disables all but the Start.
> Suggestions/comments anyone?
> I'll probably split the Viewer for kde2 (not for this release!)
> Viewers -> Memory
> -> Disassemble
> -> Registers
> -> Libraries
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