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I'm Andy Lester, and I like to test stuff. I also write for the Perl Journal, and do tech edits on books. Sometimes I write code, too.

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Monday August 12, 2002
05:09 PM

Twisted idea of the day: Devel::StealthDebug

[ #7057 ]
Has anyone played with this new Devel::StealthDebug module? I'm interested in how people are actually using it. Plus, it's pretty twisted.
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  • Being the sic person who wrote it, I have to stand up and explain :

    I wrote It beccause :
    • I have *all **I** need* to debug in one package.
       
    • I only have to comment/uncomment the use line to switch on/off the debugging every time a file is passed from the test environment to the prod environment (and vice versa).
      It was quite frequent in my previous work...
       
    • I wanted to play whith Filter::Simple
       
    • I am twisted :-)
      (yes the 'Stealth api' is a weird idea...)
       
    • I thought peopl
  • From the feedback I get, it seems I'm not the onlyone using it anymore.

    It even looks like the users appreciate Devel::StealthDebug and wants more features...

    Now to be honest, when I write 'users' it means '2 users', I promise to tell to the world when we'll reach 10 people.
    ;-)