Debugging and the execution path

Jerry Daniels jerry at daniels-mara.com
Thu Dec 22 12:24:59 CST 2005


Dennis, et al.

Right! Folder of watched vars would be possible. HOWEVER I will then  
have to save those watched vars as a custom prop in the object.

How to create a watched var: drag a var into the "watch" folder.  
Caveat: no folders no watched vars. Can't have everything.

Make sense?

Best,

Jerry Daniels

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On Dec 22, 2005, at 12:06 PM, Dennis Brown wrote:

> Jerry,
>
> I like the folder idea better.  That way I can hide all the  
> globals, constants, or whatever.  It also opens up the possibility  
> to have a folder of "my watched variables" of mixed types. ;-)
>
> Dennis
>
> On Dec 22, 2005, at 12:53 PM, Jerry Daniels wrote:
>
>> Dennis, et al.,
>>
>> Thanks for the additional encouragement...can't have too much of  
>> that!
>>
>>
>> OR we could make folders like we do with props and handlers (thus  
>> doing away with the need to sort by type and have headers):
>>
>> arrays
>>    gTestArray         A    113 ...
>>       cfirst          E    113
>>       csecond         E    222
>> globals
>>    gTabEvent          G    true
>> params
>>    pMouseBtnNum       P    1
>> temps
>>    theTestVar         T    test data
>>
>> Best case scenario would be to have a folder icon on the Var  
>> Watcher Toolbar (extensible like other toolbars!) that would let  
>> you toggle between tree (folder) and flat lists.
>>
>> In either scenario, indented items would be capable of collapse  
>> and expand functionality via disclosure triangles.
>>
>> Whadda ya think?
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