Thank you Dan,

it works like a charm. Weird that I did not encounter it. I repeatedly searched the wikis and google for anything ruby with emacs related and never saw the debugger inclusion.

Regards,

Brian

On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 06:38:33 +0900
Dan Debertin <debertin / umn.edu> wrote:

> Hello Brian
> 
> Brian Schröäer <ruby / brian-schroeder.de> writes:
> 
> > 
> > I know that freeride has a graphical ruby debugger. I really like
> > debuggers with a gui (coming from delphi) 
> 
> At one time I worked on getting Ruby support into DDD, but it was too
> complex a task for me. If you like C++ and have some time, it would be
> a worthwhile addition.
> 
> > but I also really love editing my code with xemacs. Is there
> > something like a stand alone graphical debugger, or some devious
> > mode to make my xemacs a ruby debugging gui?
> 
> The 'misc' directory under the Ruby source tree contains
> rubydb3x.el. Load that and run M-x rubydb. When it asks you how to run
> the Ruby debugger, answer 'ruby -rdebug FILENAME'. That should be all
> you need to get single-stepping, breakpoints, etc. under Emacs.
> 
> (Note -- I haven't done this under Xemacs, only GNU Emacs. So YMMV.)
> 
> Dan
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