[Seaside] Re: Naplo Debugger
Mariano Martinez Peck
marianopeck at gmail.com
Tue Dec 21 22:06:14 UTC 2010
Nick is on Holidays now (cc'ed), but he is working on a remote debugger. So
you can connect to a "production" image, that can be even a robot, and then,
from your host machine, you can debug it. He even did an inteface in
Seaside.....anyway, he has just started his PhD but I think it may be
related at some point to your work.
On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 1:29 PM, Adrian Lienhard <adi at netstyle.ch> wrote:
> Hi Christian,
> That's cool!
> My main objective for such a debugger is to be able to run kernel images
> that do not come with a GUI, but at the same time to be able to debug and
> inspect the objects as you would with VNC. I imagine that when there is an
> error you get a mail with an URL that directly opens the Naplo debugger for
> that exception (of course you want to make that secure either ssh-tunneling
> into your server or using https and a login). So in comparison to using VNC
> you would gain (also for headful images) the possibility to debug errors
> that appear in production where so far you had to resort to reading the
> stacktrace you got by mail. That would be a big productivity win!
> What I miss in its current state is a way to inspect/explore objects and
> evaluate code.
> On Dec 17, 2010, at 14:57 , Christian Eduardo Palomares Peralta wrote:
> > Hi seaside community
> > My name is Christian Palomares, I am a student at the University of Chile
> > For the last two months I've been working on a project called Naplo, It's
> > about to bring the classic debugger (i.e. Pharo debugger) to the web
> > interface, of this way you will can debug, fix a bug, and most of the
> > functionalities of the classic debugger from the web interface.
> > In this project i receive a big support of Alexandre Bergel and
> > Lukas Renggli, they supported me to finish the alfa version of Naplo.
> > Now i need some help of the seaside community, because we need some
> > of Naplo who want to use it for their projects, of this way we can find
> > bugs in a realistic scenario.
> > You will found the Naplo package on
> > http://www.squeaksource.com/NaploDebugger.html It comes with tests and
> > in a Seaside image. Adrian, since this is your idea, can you comment on
> > this?
> > --
> > Christian Eduardo Palomares Peralta (@ShinjiDev) -
> > http://learningwebdev.blogspot.com
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