July 21, 2003 20:21:40.383
Question spotted on a Java blog:
"Will it be possible in the future to fix a bug and retest without stopping the debugger?"
yes, the clue meter continues to read zero.
[David Buck] July 21, 2003 21:33:45.961
The article says that their solution requires you to jump up a stack frame to continue. Smalltalk doesn't require this - you can restart at the beginning of the current method.
[Michael Lucas-Smith] July 21, 2003 22:01:22.454
Comment on Changing code with a debugger open by Michael Lucas-Smith
In some ST debuggers, you can restart in the block inside a method
[Gordon Weakliem] July 22, 2003 12:14:33.685
Sheesh, even Microsoft's C++ compiler has been able to do this for at least 3 years.
[James Robertson] July 22, 2003 13:11:41.092
Comment on Sheesh by James Robertson
Interestingly enough, ParcPlace Systems had a C development system that could do it back in 1993. Sun is just about the most naive sounding company I can imagine.
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