[Catalyst] Using Komodo to edit/debug Catalyst
diment at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 03:17:41 GMT 2016
I just use perl -d from the console.
perl -d script/myapp.pl (or more modernly perl -d `which plackup`
myapp.psgi) and set breakpoints in the code with $DB::single=1 as
required. See also LWP::Protocol::PSGI for serverless psgi deployment
mainly for use in test scripts.
On Sun, Dec 11, 2016 at 7:45 AM, Ken Beal <ken at kenbeal.com> wrote:
> Years ago I used the ActiveState IDE Komodo to work with Catalyst. I'd
> like to do this again, but am no longer at that employer so can't check the
> I asked at the ActiveState Komodo forums but haven't gotten a good answer
> (last was "compare the env vars" which I did but didn't see any real
> differences, other than x86/x64, as Komodo appears to be an x86 app).
> I figure asking here might provide a better answer since people here are
> "debugging Catalyst apps" so should be able to provide pointers to how to
> do so. (Versus Komodo being used to debug a whole bunch of other stuff,
> i.e., I might have better luck with the domain knowledge here.)
> "Look at what's happened to me;
> I can't believe it myself!"
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