Here's my setup:
Windows XP SP3
Perl v5.10.0 built for MSWin32-x86-multi-thread
When I attempt to debug a simple perl script, an ActiveState Perl Debugger window appears. Using this separate window, I can step through my code for about 10 seconds until I get the infamous "Timed out while waiting for perl debugger" error from Epic. I do not get any warnings in the console about perl5db.pl. Regardless, I tried patching Cwd.pm but this doesn't fix my problem.
Do I need to disable the ActiveState debugger in order to debug in Eclipse? Anyone else seeing this peculiar behavior?
Figured out the problem. I have the Perl Development Kit installed, which disables the native Perl command-line debugger and enables an ActiveState graphical debugger. This FAQ on the ActiveState site explains how to revert back to the command-line debugger (which fixed the problem for me):
Hope this helps anyone else who might run into this problem!
I occasionally have this problem when I'm stepping through my code too fast. I wasn't able to resolve it but as a workaround I found that killing the perl.exe process using windows task manager fixes it until it happens again and I do the same thing over again to reolve it. I hope this helps and please let me know if you find a permanent fix.
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