A debugger sure would be nice, but I don't think there is one for BSH at the
moment. What would really be cool is if whoever puts one together integrates
it with the JDB so you can go from scripted to compiled code seamlessly.
--- Nathan Sweet <misc@...> wrote:
> I'm evaluating BeanShell for use in a commercial application. It stands
> out because of its tight integration with Java. Currently plugins for
> this application can be written in Java. BeanShell would make for a
> great addition, especially because many users are not programmers.
> BeanShell scripts would be edited within the application, which
> currently sports an editor that does syntax highlighting for Java.
> The question I have is this... Is it possible to create a BeanShell
> debugger within my application? I'd like to be able to set breakpoints,
> step line by line, set watches, etc. How strongly do you feel a debugger
> is needed for an application like I described?
> Searching the lists produced these messages...
> ...but I found little else about a BeanShell debugger. Has it been done?
> Is there little interest in this?
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