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David Anderson - Macomb
Fri, 10 Oct 2008 10:38:15 -0500
I have been trying to use ddd to debug some bash scripts and every
time I run it, following are the results:
Using Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
DDD 3.3.11 (installed with apt-get)
bash --debugger backup.bsh (works)
bashdb backup.bsh (works)
ddd backup.bsh (bash could not be started)
ddd --bash backup.bsh (bash could not be started)
ddd --bash -debugger backup.bsh (bash could not be started)
ddd --interpreter='bashdb' backup.bsh (bash could not be started)
ddd --interpreter='bash -debugger' backup.bsh (bash could not be started)
ddd --bash -debugger seems to work, there is an hourglass, and
blinking green square in the lower right. I can do file open source
and load my program, but nothing works. When I try to close - it says
bash is still busy - do I want to kill it.
It seems to work fine for Perl, and all the documentation I have been
able to locate suggest that this is the way to call ddd for bash. I
also searched the archive mailing list and found nothing suggesting
others were experiencing this, or a solution.
I was going to look into see if I needed to get the latest
3.3.12-test6 but have never complied on my computer and did not think
was the application to be experimenting with that task.
Any assistance with this matter is greatly appreciated.
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