ScriptRunner Breakpoints Don't Adapt to Edits #189

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Pie56694 opened this Issue Sep 2, 2015 · 2 comments

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Pie56694 commented Sep 2, 2015

When debugging in ScriptRunner, I propose that breakpoints should be pinned to the statements they're created on. As it is, breakpoints are pinned to the line number they're created on. As a result, when you insert or delete lines in front of a breakpoint, the breakpoint must then be removed and recreated on the original statement. -Steve K at BATC

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re #189 Update script runner so debug breakpoints move intelligently …
…when code is inserted/deleted in front of the breakpoint
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Note that a few of the checkins against the website branch should have been associated with ticket #233, not this one. Sorry.

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donaldatball commented May 5, 2017

Note that a few of the checkins against the website branch should have been associated with ticket #233, not this one. Sorry.

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re #189 Fix update_breakpoints so that it will not do anything unless…
… there are (were) breakpoints set in the document.

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Merge pull request #439 from BallAerospace/script_runner_move_breakpo…
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re #189 Update script runner so debug breakpoints move intelligently …
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Closed with d029619

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donaldatball commented May 9, 2017

Closed with d029619

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