pete at lcsql.com
Sat Jan 3 19:53:02 CET 2015
I may have to go that route since I just can't get replaceText to work.
I didn't know breakpoint was always on a line by itself - so you can't have
another command on the same line separated by a comma? Kinda moot anyway
since I'd never do that and this will only ever be working on my scripts.
Sounds like filter with the same regex would work and just set the script
to the filtered version, thanks fot the idea..
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On Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 10:36 AM, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com>
> On 1/3/2015 11:35 AM, Peter Haworth wrote:
>> It's part of a script I use to get a product ready for release. I'm
>> already calling revDebuggerClearAllBreakpoints (which I think is what is
>> called when you select the Clear All Breakpoints menu option) but I think
>> that only clears red dot breakpoints not breakpoint commands.
>> Looking into this further as there's a note in the dictionary that says
>> all regex characters are supported and dictionary examples that include
>> type of regex are conspicuous by their absence.
> I see now. Do you have to use regex? Breakpoint commands are always on a
> line by themselves. What about "filter...without"?
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