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Both Remo and GLX2 have script editors that turn a called handler into a link you can click on and go to the command or function. U should give them a try. Remo is current. GLX2 is legacy and no longer supported. Remo uses a method of breakpoints that are evaluated at runtime and stored, but it does not step through the code. GLX2 has a code stepper, but there can be some problems with that. A few commands will lock up the stepper it seems. Both were written by Jerry Daniels and friends.
On Apr 20, 2011, at 12:04 PM, Pete wrote:
> Yep, I'm doing just about all those things. What I didn't do is use a
> naming convention that indicates where in the message path the called
> handler is. So if I call dbDoit from a control, where does dbDoit reside?
> In the control script, on the card/stack that the control is in, on the
> mainstack for the app, in some library totally outside the main stack that's
> been inserted as a front/back script, stuff like that.
> Molly's Revenge <http://www.mollysrevenge.com>
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