Represents the release of the sbt plugin for the Scala debugger. Credit goes
to @alexarchambault for writing
@dickwall and I used as a starting point for
writing the sbt plugin for
You can try it out by creating ~/.sbt/0.13/plugins/sdb.sbt:
addSbtPlugin("org.scala-debugger" %% "sbt-scala-debugger" % "1.1.0-M3")
And then starting
sbt and running the following command:
This will start an
This is the third iteration of version 1.1.0. This is much closer to the final representation of the debugger API.
Attached are assembled versions (licenses included inside) of
against Scala 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12. The version of Scala used to compile
does not influence the debug logic of
sdb. In other words, you can use
compiled against Scala 2.10 to debug code compiled against Scala 2.12.
Instructions on usage will be added to the official website and repository
docs/ directory. These jars are standalone, meaning that they can be executed
java -jar sdb-1.1.0-M3-2.10.jar, etc.
This is the second iteration of version 1.1.0. This was cut to provide a couple of fixes for Ensime server as well as update a couple of APIs that were determined to be less than ideal. As such, this release is in fact stable, but is not feature complete. Changes and new features will be documented in the official 1.1.0 release.
This is the first iteration of version 1.1.0. This was cut to enable Ensime's server to have a stable release for the refactored debugger actor code. As such, this release is in fact stable, but is not feature complete. Changes and new features will be documented in the official 1.1.0 release.
ScalaVirtualMachineto give the appearance of one API but utilize different APIs underneath that can be decided upon programmatically
JDIArgumentsupport in low-level and high-level APIs
!!! note "Note:"
org.senkbeil as version
This was the only version released using the `org.senkbeil` name and is incompatible with any other release.