[Haiku-commits] r31066 - in haiku/trunk/src/apps/debugger: . gui gui/running_teams_window
ingo_weinhold at gmx.de
Tue Jun 16 13:40:22 CEST 2009
On 2009-06-16 at 11:03:56 [+0200], Philippe Houdoin
<philippe.houdoin at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I was considering not to have a team list window at all, though,
> > but instead add a "Debug" button to the alert ProcessController
> > shows when selecting a team. Seems the natural place to me.
> Being able to launch either gdb or a graphical debugger from
> ProcessController and debug_server make both sense indeed.
I would actually only start the graphical debugger from ProcessController
and support handing over to gdb via menu item.
> But a graphical debugger is also targetting beginner developers, who
> be disappointed that double-clicking on
> this pretty ladybug icon (hint, icons artists!) does nothing.
> > The only downside is, that then there's nothing really obvious to show
> > when the debugger
> > is invoked without arguments. So maybe in that case an initial dialog
> > asking to select a running program
> > or to start a new one could be shown. Opinions welcome...
> I did planned initially to change this Running Teams window into a
> "Select Team" window :
> - by selecting one in the live-updated running teams list, as today
> (and as in bdb)
> - by entering/browsing an executable path and, optionally, edit its
> program arguments and environment variables set
> Maybe, I could find some spare the time to work on that, if you don't
Sounds good. I won't work on this until everything else is working, so feel
> In theory, having a valid team id to hand a debugger controller
> is all you need from such GUI component, right?
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