Question about the debugger
ajh18 at cornell.edu
Tue Jul 29 17:48:26 UTC 2003
Ned Konz <ned at bike-nomad.com> wrote:
> On a related note, I wonder why you changed the behavior of Proceed
> after a MNU.
> It used to be that you'd write the missing method, and then hit
> Proceed and things would keep working.
> But now you proceed and the MNU exception itself gets sent the
> offending message.
> I reverted the Object>>doesNotUnderstand: and it seems to work right,
> though maybe the Debugger should do something special here.
I guess its a matter of preference. Proceeding past an error, to me,
means ignore it (just return the error). The old version retries it
again keeping you in an infinite unless you implemented the missing
method. We should change it back to that if that's what people want
or maybe we should add a preference for it.
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