jens.dagerbo at swipnet.se
Tue Jan 11 01:06:10 UTC 2005
On Monday 10 January 2005 16.09, Richard Dale wrote:
> I've been playing with the KSpy object inspector today (in kdesdk/kspy),
> and I've added a few things from the ruby debugger inspector code from
> qtruby. It allows you to inspect the properties, signals/slots and the
> QObject heirarchy for a running C++ app.
> To add it to your program, you just include the 'kspy.h' header, and make a
> call to 'KSpy::invoke()'. Has anyone thought of adding some sort of KSpy
> integration to KDevelop. Perhaps there could be a debugger command which
> called 'KSpy::invoke()' at runtime - is that possible in gdb?
No idea if it can be done, but it's certainly an interesting idea. Seeing
those fabulous screenshots of your Ruby debugger certainly made me want some
of that in C++ too! :)
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