Where is the define-button in the debugger?

Alain Fischer mailinglist.fischer at bluewin.ch
Fri Apr 25 08:40:30 UTC 2003

On Vendredi, avr 25, 2003, at 04:40 Europe/Zurich, Ned Konz wrote:

> On Thursday 24 April 2003 07:05 pm, Anthony Adachi wrote:
>> --- In squeak at yahoogroups.com, "Brent Vukmer"
>> <bvukmer at b...> wrote:
>>> Have you loaded SqueakMap Package Loader into your
>> image?
>> I just did.
>>> There is a package on SqueakMap for this.
>> I'm not sure what package I'm supose to be looking
>> for.
> There is "Debugger - Stub Method Creation". If you have 3.5 or 3.6a,
> uncheck the "display only packages for current version" setting in
> the package list context menu.
> You will now have a "Create" button added to the pre-debug window.

There is also a menu item added to the debugger contextual menu
when you select a DNU line. This let you chose in which class
the stub method must be implemented.

> I don't recall whether this is the only package that will give you
> this ability. It is the one I remember, though.
>> By the way, I can't open the attachment you sent as
>> I"m using a Mac (OS 9.1).
> The "winmail.dat" should be ignored by any email client other than
> Outlook (a/k/a LookOut!), in which it is used for various
> "extensions" provided by that program. Luckily, Outlook can
> (allegedly) be configured to not send this unless it's necessary.
> -- 
> Ned Konz
> http://bike-nomad.com

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