Name: [097] Rocky Bernstein
Member: 114 months
Authored: 3 videos

linuxBernsteinMakeDebugSeries [ID:040]

a series of video-tutorials by Rocky Bernstein

Video Tutorials

1. Debugging Makefiles with remake

I introduce extensions I have made to GNU Make which allow better error messages, tracing and enable the debugging of Makefiles. For anyone who has ever tried to debug a makefile before you'll know just how difficult it can be! Resources: remake homepage Uploaded on 5th January 2007, running time 14 minutes. A transcript exists in the wiki. If you like this video and you'd like to encourage [...]

2. Remake -- some of the debugger features

Part two of the series done a while ago. Here I continue and show debugger features. In particular some of the step, continue, target, write, info, print, expand and help commands.

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Introducing the pydb Debugger

Rocky - Thanks for your work on pydb and the screencast. One suggestion for possible improvement for the presentation: take things one simple step at a time as in this written tutorial ( ). I look forward to using pydb and have posted about it to my local Python User Group. Cheers, John in New Zealand

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