quintessential methods for quasi-explicit methodology #4

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Hi there, thanks for the patch. Could you walk me through the use cases where you would unconditionally want to stop your program from running while debugging?

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davejacobs commented Oct 1, 2012

Hi there, thanks for the patch. Could you walk me through the use cases where you would unconditionally want to stop your program from running while debugging?

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Inspecting the state of the database at that point in time, without any later code running that might change things?

suan commented Oct 3, 2012

Inspecting the state of the database at that point in time, without any later code running that might change things?

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Add a `k` (Kill) letter. #10

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I've accepted @blambeau's pull request that adds a k method for killing a process after a number of calls. To get the x functionality you want, check out the a method.

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davejacobs commented Oct 6, 2012

I've accepted @blambeau's pull request that adds a k method for killing a process after a number of calls. To get the x functionality you want, check out the a method.

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