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zshdb is debugger for zsh scripts. It started as a port of my bash debugger bashdb so the commands used in both are similar.
The command syntax generally follows that of the trepanning debuggers and, more generally, GNU debugger gdb.
To install from git:
git-clone git://github.com/rocky/zshdb.git cd zshdb ./autogen.sh # Add configure options. See ./configure --help
If you've got a suitable zsh installed, then
make && make test
To try on a real program such as perhaps
./zshdb /etc/zsh/zshrc # substitute .../zshrc with your favorite zsh script
To modify source code to call the debugger inside the program:
source path-to-zshdb/zshdb/dbg-trace.sh # work, work, work. _Dbg_debugger # start debugging here
Above, the directory path-to_zshdb should be replaced with the
dbg-trace.sh is located in. This can also be from the
source code directory zshdb or from the directory
installed directory. The "source" command needs to be done only once
somewhere in the code prior to using
If you are happy and
make test above worked, install via:
sudo make install
and uninstall with:
sudo make uninstall # ;-)
See INSTALL for generic configure installation instructions.
See the wiki for more information.
Rocky Bernstein firstname.lastname@example.org