[Glass] Debugging in GemTools and "undefined symbol"

Johan Brichau johan at yesplan.be
Tue Dec 17 06:48:47 PST 2013

I'm afraid these are things you get used to in gemtools :-/
Luckily, it's not the place to develop most of your code...


On 17 Dec 2013, at 14:07, Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys. 
> While I am debugging from GemTools I notice that the debugger facilities are quite different that from say Pharo. In GemStone I can move around the stack (restart, proceed, into, etc), I can inspect/explore the instance variables or context variables (on the bottom part of the debugger), etc. But what I cannot do is to print/inspect/do pieces of random code inside the executing method. That would only work if I don't refer to any temp or inst variable. 
> So...is this a known issue? Are there workarounds?  
> Thanks!
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