[rspec-users] Kernel#debugger reminder method is unhelpful

Tim Harper timcharper at gmail.com
Mon May 3 14:37:50 EDT 2010


Actually, now that I think about it, Spork claims the Kernel#debugger method
before Rspec checks if it should install it's catch, so it might be fine.

Still, I would prefer if if the above "require 'ruby-debug'; debugger"
convention still worked.

Tim

On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 12:35 PM, Tim Harper <timcharper at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm not exactly sure what the motivation behind the "debugger" catch was,
> perhaps a convenience method to allow your code to remain littered with
> debugger statements? At any rate, it's obstructed my normal use of
> ruby-debug, and regardless of whether I've passed the -d or --debug flag, it
> still complains that the debugger is ignored unless if I use the rdebug
> wrapper.
>
>
> require 'ruby-debug'; debugger # <- does not work under rspec 2.0,
> regardless if -d or --debug was provided
>
> # ^ This is how you use the debugger with spork, effectively
>
>
>
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