I have the following Julia code in a file
using Debugger function main() x = 1 + 2 @bp println("Exiting function main...$(x)"); end
At the command line I say
include("test_debug.jl") @run main()
Now how can I execute arbitrary Julia code at the breakpoint, like I can do with Python’s
I would very much like to just say
At the debugger prompt. And execute other Julia code as well. Is this possible? Executing
print(x) at the debugger prompt gives
Unknown command print(x). Run ? to obtain help.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
From the README you can find either the
w command to add variables to a watch list, or for arbitrary expressions you can type a backtick, `, to enter evaluation mode where you can execute code in the current debug context.