ghci debugger: showing function argumetns when stopped at its
phercek at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 19:04:52 EDT 2009
Simon Marlow wrote:
> On 10/07/2009 15:31, Peter Hercek wrote:
>> It would be cool if ghci debugger could grab not only the free variables
>> in the selected expression but in one case a bit more. The case is when
>> we stop at a function definition the first time (when just entering it).
> The problem is that functions can be defined with multiple equations,
> each giving different names for the arguments. e.g. in
> f x 0 = x
> f 0 x = x
> when we stop at f, what do you want to see?
Right, I did not realize this problem. But your idea of using _arx<N>
naming in case of more equations seems best to me. I would still like to
have it available.
So it looks doable without bad consequences. Now, the question is: Is
there any support for it except me?
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