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Personal build of Scala debugger image for caching purposes until moved to Ensime's org.
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Scala Debugger








A simple debugger library and tooling for Scala. Tested on OpenJDK 7 for Windows and Linux.

  • Visit the main site for more documentation.
  • Check out the wiki for the current roadmap.

About

The project contains several modules including

  • A wrapper library around the Java Debugger Interface
  • A tool similar to jdb, written to allow debugging Java and Scala interactively
  • A programming language used as the interactive CLI for the debugger tool
  • An sbt plugin leveraging the debugger tool for interactive debugging

Installing the debugger tool

Homebrew

The formula for sdb, the interactive debugger tool for the command line, is
available via the chipsenkbeil/personal tap.

Install via:

brew install chipsenkbeil/personal/scala-debugger

Once installed, you can run sdb on the command line.

sdb

sbt

With sbt installed, add the following plugin to ~/.sbt/0.13/plugins/sdb.sbt:

addSbtPlugin("org.scala-debugger" %% "sbt-scala-debugger" % "1.1.0-M3")

You can now run the plugin via sbt sdb:run.

Building from source

Make sure that you have some form of sbt installed and available on your path
as it is used to compile the Scala Debugger source modules.

Compiling all modules

From the root of the project:

make

or

make build

This will build all modules for Scala 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12.

Assembling executable jars

From the root of the project:

make assembly

This will assemble relevant modules such as sdb for Scala 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12.

Documentation

Make sure that you have some form of sbt installed and available on your path
as it is used to compile the Scala Debugger documentation module. Furthermore,
you must have the grus plugin enabled for
your version of sbt. This can be done by adding the
following to ~/.sbt/0.13/plugins/grus.sbt:

addSbtPlugin("org.senkbeil" %% "sbt-grus" % "0.1.0")

Building the documentation

From the root of the project:

make docs

Serving the documentation locally

From the root of the project:

make serve-docs

Publishing the documentation to remote host

From the root of the project:

make push-docs

This requires having contributor access to the repository.

Running tests

Make sure that you have sbt-extras
installed as it will pick up memory and compiler options from .jvmopts.

Unit Tests

From the root of the project:

make unit-test-all

This will run unit tests for Scala 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12.

Note: Roughly 2.5 GB of RAM is needed to compile the unit tests.

Integration Tests

From the root of the project:

make it-test-all

This will run integration tests for Scala 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12.

View project statistics

This requires you to have cloc installed
and available on your path.

make stats

This will calculate statistical information about the project and print it
out to the terminal.

License

The Scala debugger API is licensed under Apache 2.0.

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