Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2007 13:48:43 -0000
Reply-To: "J. Manuel Picaza" <JMPicaza@GMAIL.COM>
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From: "J. Manuel Picaza" <JMPicaza@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Problem for debugging scl with %include statement in it
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In a project I am using inside the catalogs of the appications, for
the scl entries the following trick:
Inside program.scl, there is only one line containing "%include code /
source2;", where "code" is a filename where the code has a
confortable ASCII life in "/project/sources/lib/cat/program.scl"
Everything is allrigh but that when I want to debug the application,
the only message I see is: "Stop at line 1 in LIB.CAT.PROGRAM.SCL"
again and again.
Do any of you know a method for the debuger to resolve better and
indicate the line of code in /.../program.scl instead of reffering
alwais to the same line in LIB.CAT.PROGRAM.SCL?
The only solution I have found is copy-paste the code in
LIB.CAT.PROGRAM.SCL and debbug it. Once soved move it to where the
code lives and yank in the scl the %inc code; line.