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Perl debugging initialization: did I just reinvent the wheel?by mpersico (Monk)
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mpersico has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I have worked out a system that allows me to maintain breakpoints in the Perl debugger from session to session and load them up next time I run the debugger:
First, I create a ~/.perldb file that contains:
Then I create a local .perldb file in the current working directory where I run perl -d:
So, my questions are:
1) Is this technique widely enough known that I would look like an idiot for blogging about it?
2) Is the usage of @DB::typeahead unsafe in that it's a direct tap into the DB module that may be changed and, therefore, should not be promoted?Thank you.