charles.hartman at conncoll.edu
Tue Oct 25 11:14:53 CDT 2005
I don't have time to check at this minute -- but I'll take Mark W's
message (a little farther down the list) to mean that this has
already been BZ'd . . . right?
On Oct 25, 2005, at 8:35 AM, Sarah Reichelt wrote:
> On 10/25/05, Charles Hartman <charles.hartman at conncoll.edu> wrote:
>> Well, I have a command in a loop that sends the elements of an array
>> to be stored in a database. I put a breakpoint on the line with the
>> command, and watch the value of the array. I know it's changing,
>> because if I re-click the array's name in the upper panel of the
>> Watcher, it updates to the expected value. But if I don't do that,
>> the value is not "live" updated in the lower panel.
> OK, I get it now. When watching normal variables (not arrays), the
> value displayed in the lower panel of the variable watcher is cleared
> whenever the value changes, so you know you have to click in the upper
> panel to see the updated value. The abbreviated value shown in the
> upper panel changes automatically.
> It sounds as if array values do not get cleared from the lower panel
> when changed which as you say, causes confusion as incorrect data is
> then being shown. How about filing a Bugzilla on this? It should
> either update or clear, but not remain showing the previous value.
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