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mikerudin39
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wanted (net-debug ...)

Post by mikerudin39 »

newlisp's debugger is good thing except in two cases:
1. debugging code for web-daemon - debugger's output falls to browser :-(
2. debugging for embedded dll - no console at all...

would be nice to have (net-debug ip port func) - to connect by tcp to debug console
(something telnet-like, but listening port.)

...by the way: to (trace-highlight ) would be fine to have separate markers for entry and for exit.
for exampe to use different coloring escape-sequentions

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Re: wanted (net-debug ...)

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2. debugging for embedded dll - no console at all...
But the dll-call returns the error-message.

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Re: wanted (net-debug ...)

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mikerudin39 wrote:2. debugging for embedded dll - no console at all...
Lutz did add an embedded DLL call that keeps the console output as normal. I forget what he called it. Should be in the documentation. He added it at my request 2 years ago. Should still be there in the API.
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Re: wanted (net-debug ...)

Post by Lutz »

Import ‘debugConsole’ from newlisp.dll and call it do reopen std I/O for newlisp.dll. This was introduced in the Windows version 10.3.2 of newLISP and is not documented.

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