The debugger as a perl shell

Starting a Session (perl -d) For an example of its simplest usage, start the debugger by giving it something innocuous (like a 0 (zero)) as the evaluation argument to the debugger via

Perl debugger pocket reference

The Perl Debugger Pocket Reference provides complete coverage in a conveniently small package.Maybe you write code so clean you never have to look at it twice. Or perhaps you’d rather

Request Tracker

RT Essentials, co-written by one of the RT’s original core developers, Jesse Vincent, starts off with a quick background lesson about ticketing systems and then shows you how to install

Listing perl code

Using the perl debugger to produce a code listing. l usage l [min+incr|min-max|line|subname|$var] List code within the currently loaded file, in “windowSize” chunks. Note you can always get back to

Pro Perl Debugging

Pro Perl Debugging steps in to help resolve the dilemma of application testing and debugging—one of the biggest time commitments in a programmers daily routine. What this book will do

Future book formats: eBook or paperback…?

Do you wonder about the future of paperbacks with the advent of eBooks? Lincoln Michael has an interesting and thought-provoking article which discusses Amazon, eBooks, traditional format: paperbacks and the rest.

The Dump-Value Command: C

The Dump-Value Command: C for the perl debugger. To dump the entire expression thoroughly, use the x command, which will dump the given value completely: DB<13> x @x 0 ‘first’ 1