kandraitibold at gmail.com
Wed Jul 18 14:57:58 MDT 2012
You can try to use a property or a setter function and have a simple
breakpoint in the setter.
On 2012-07-18 22:32, William R. Wing (Bill Wing) wrote:
> On Jul 18, 2012, at 2:48 PM, Adi J. Sieker wrote:
>> On 18.07.2012 18:00, William R. Wing (Bill Wing) wrote:
>>> On Jul 18, 2012, at 11:56 AM, Wingware Support wrote:
>>>> William R. Wing (Bill Wing) wrote:
>>>>> A quick search of the Wing on-line manual came up empty, so I'm asking here…
>>>>> Wing makes it easy to set Breakpoints, but I don't see any way to set a Watchpoint, is there such a facility and I'm just missing it?
>>>> In Wing Pro you can right click on a variable or expression and use the "Watch ... in Debugger" item to move that into the Watch tool. This feature is currently omitted from Wing IDE Personal.
>>> Thanks for the prompt reply.
>>> Not sure I can justify the cost of upgrading to Pro from Personal to get that feature though.
>> I think what he meant are the conditional breakpoints i.e. break when variable x = 10, but those are also only available in the Pro version.
> What I actually meant was Break-when-the-value-of-the-watched-variable-changes.
> In other words, if I have a global variable (I know, globals are bad practice, but the do have their place) which may be getting changed by actions in several places, I'd like to break when that variable is changed and see what (and where) it was changed from/by.
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