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debug_command

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Ruby latest stable (v1_9_3_392) - 0 notes - Class: DEBUGGER__::Context

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debug_command(file, line, id, binding) public

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# File lib/debug.rb, line 256
  def debug_command(file, line, id, binding)
    MUTEX.lock
    unless defined?($debugger_restart) and $debugger_restart
      callcc{|c| $debugger_restart = c} 
    end
    set_last_thread(Thread.current)
    frame_pos = 0
    binding_file = file
    binding_line = line
    previous_line = nil
    if ENV['EMACS']
      stdout.printf "\032\032%s:%d:\n", binding_file, binding_line
    else
      stdout.printf "%s:%d:%s", binding_file, binding_line,
        line_at(binding_file, binding_line)
    end
    @frames[0] = [binding, file, line, id]
    display_expressions(binding)
    prompt = true
    while prompt and input = readline("(rdb:%d) "%thnum(), true)
      catch(:debug_error) do
        if input == ""
          next unless DEBUG_LAST_CMD[0]
          input = DEBUG_LAST_CMD[0]
          stdout.print input, "\n"
        else
          DEBUG_LAST_CMD[0] = input
        end

        case input
        when /^\s*tr(?:ace)?(?:\s+(on|off))?(?:\s+(all))?$/
          if defined?( $2 )
            if $1 == 'on'
              set_trace_all true
            else
              set_trace_all false
            end
          elsif defined?( $1 )
            if $1 == 'on'
              set_trace true
            else
              set_trace false
            end
          end
          if trace?
            stdout.print "Trace on.\n"
          else
            stdout.print "Trace off.\n"
          end

        when /^\s*b(?:reak)?\s+(?:(.+):)?([^.:]+)$/
          pos = $2
          if $1
            klass = debug_silent_eval($1, binding)
            file = $1
          end
          if pos =~ /^\d+$/
            pname = pos
            pos = pos.to_i
          else
            pname = pos = pos.intern.id2name
          end
          break_points.push [true, 0, klass || file, pos]
          stdout.printf "Set breakpoint %d at %s:%s\n", break_points.size, klass || file, pname

        when /^\s*b(?:reak)?\s+(.+)[#.]([^.:]+)$/
          pos = $2.intern.id2name
          klass = debug_eval($1, binding)
          break_points.push [true, 0, klass, pos]
          stdout.printf "Set breakpoint %d at %s.%s\n", break_points.size, klass, pos

        when /^\s*wat(?:ch)?\s+(.+)$/
          exp = $1
          break_points.push [true, 1, exp]
          stdout.printf "Set watchpoint %d:%s\n", break_points.size, exp

        when /^\s*b(?:reak)?$/
          if break_points.find{|b| b[1] == 0}
            n = 1
            stdout.print "Breakpoints:\n"
            for b in break_points
              if b[0] and b[1] == 0
                stdout.printf "  %d %s:%s\n", n, b[2], b[3] 
              end
              n += 1
            end
          end
          if break_points.find{|b| b[1] == 1}
            n = 1
            stdout.print "\n"
            stdout.print "Watchpoints:\n"
            for b in break_points
              if b[0] and b[1] == 1
                stdout.printf "  %d %s\n", n, b[2]
              end
              n += 1
            end
          end
          if break_points.size == 0
            stdout.print "No breakpoints\n"
          else
            stdout.print "\n"
          end

        when /^\s*del(?:ete)?(?:\s+(\d+))?$/
          pos = $1
          unless pos
            input = readline("Clear all breakpoints? (y/n) ", false)
            if input == "y"
              for b in break_points
                b[0] = false
              end
            end
          else
            pos = pos.to_i
            if break_points[pos-1]
              break_points[pos-1][0] = false
            else
              stdout.printf "Breakpoint %d is not defined\n", pos
            end
          end

        when /^\s*disp(?:lay)?\s+(.+)$/
          exp = $1
          display.push [true, exp]
          stdout.printf "%d: ", display.size
          display_expression(exp, binding)

        when /^\s*disp(?:lay)?$/
          display_expressions(binding)

        when /^\s*undisp(?:lay)?(?:\s+(\d+))?$/
          pos = $1
          unless pos
            input = readline("Clear all expressions? (y/n) ", false)
            if input == "y"
              for d in display
                d[0] = false
              end
            end
          else
            pos = pos.to_i
            if display[pos-1]
              display[pos-1][0] = false
            else
              stdout.printf "Display expression %d is not defined\n", pos
            end
          end

        when /^\s*c(?:ont)?$/
          prompt = false

        when /^\s*s(?:tep)?(?:\s+(\d+))?$/
          if $1
            lev = $1.to_i
          else
            lev = 1
          end
          @stop_next = lev
          prompt = false

        when /^\s*n(?:ext)?(?:\s+(\d+))?$/
          if $1
            lev = $1.to_i
          else
            lev = 1
          end
          @stop_next = lev
          @no_step = @frames.size - frame_pos
          prompt = false

        when /^\s*w(?:here)?$/, /^\s*f(?:rame)?$/
          display_frames(frame_pos)

        when /^\s*l(?:ist)?(?:\s+(.+))?$/
          if not $1
            b = previous_line ? previous_line + 10 : binding_line - 5
            e = b + 9
          elsif $1 == '-'
            b = previous_line ? previous_line - 10 : binding_line - 5
            e = b + 9
          else
            b, e = $1.split(/[-,]/)
            if e
              b = b.to_i
              e = e.to_i
            else
              b = b.to_i - 5
              e = b + 9
            end
          end
          previous_line = b
          display_list(b, e, binding_file, binding_line)

        when /^\s*up(?:\s+(\d+))?$/
          previous_line = nil
          if $1
            lev = $1.to_i
          else
            lev = 1
          end
          frame_pos += lev
          if frame_pos >= @frames.size
            frame_pos = @frames.size - 1
            stdout.print "At toplevel\n"
          end
          binding, binding_file, binding_line = @frames[frame_pos]
          stdout.print format_frame(frame_pos)

        when /^\s*down(?:\s+(\d+))?$/
          previous_line = nil
          if $1
            lev = $1.to_i
          else
            lev = 1
          end
          frame_pos -= lev
          if frame_pos < 0
            frame_pos = 0
            stdout.print "At stack bottom\n"
          end
          binding, binding_file, binding_line = @frames[frame_pos]
          stdout.print format_frame(frame_pos)

        when /^\s*fin(?:ish)?$/
          if frame_pos == @frames.size
            stdout.print "\"finish\" not meaningful in the outermost frame.\n"
          else
            @finish_pos = @frames.size - frame_pos
            frame_pos = 0
            prompt = false
          end

        when /^\s*cat(?:ch)?(?:\s+(.+))?$/
          if $1
            excn = $1
            if excn == 'off'
              @catch = nil
              stdout.print "Clear catchpoint.\n"
            else
              @catch = excn
              stdout.printf "Set catchpoint %s.\n", @catch
            end
          else
            if @catch
              stdout.printf "Catchpoint %s.\n", @catch
            else
              stdout.print "No catchpoint.\n"
            end
          end

        when /^\s*q(?:uit)?$/
          input = readline("Really quit? (y/n) ", false)
          if input == "y"
            exit!      # exit -> exit!: No graceful way to stop threads...
          end

        when /^\s*v(?:ar)?\s+/
          debug_variable_info($', binding)

        when /^\s*m(?:ethod)?\s+/
          debug_method_info($', binding)

        when /^\s*th(?:read)?\s+/
          if DEBUGGER__.debug_thread_info($', binding) == :cont
            prompt = false
          end

        when /^\s*pp\s+/
          PP.pp(debug_eval($', binding), stdout)

        when /^\s*p\s+/
          stdout.printf "%s\n", debug_eval($', binding).inspect

        when /^\s*r(?:estart)?$/
          $debugger_restart.call

        when /^\s*h(?:elp)?$/
          debug_print_help()

        else
          v = debug_eval(input, binding)
          stdout.printf "%s\n", v.inspect
        end
      end
    end
    MUTEX.unlock
    resume_all
  end
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