Fix toggling breakpointRequire Atom 1.22.1(compare)
Sep 27 2017 00:29
clwh310 opened #25
Sep 17 2017 16:19
aumars commented #5
Sep 17 2017 15:52
aumars opened #24
Sep 10 2017 03:40
mbmcavoy commented #23
Sep 02 2017 09:26
AsGreyWolf opened #23
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rustp opened #21
May 09 2017 13:01
sdrshnptl opened #20
Feb 22 2017 22:38
gsmcmullin commented #15
@gsmcmullin I think you are doing the right thing here. As @alexhude and I mentioned before Sublime is on the way out, because editors like Atom and Vilual Studio Code are pushing it out of the market.
but we will always be thankfull for Sublime paving the road to how a modern text editor should look like :D
I'll have to take your word for that
The node/npm landscape also seems to be less of a minefield than python
I will have to take your word for that in return. :) That is good to hear.
Not a lot going on here other than people saying hi
This is Ivan from PlatformIO.Org :blush:
I see a lot of requests according debugging
No, I don't think I've seen the package you suggest.
I've just taken a look at API and it looks very cool
When I started work on atom-gdb-debugger, I had a look at a few, and they all looked really weak and incomplete
I did the same in June :)
I'll take a look. It is a better approach to standardise the frontend, and have different backends for different debuggers
What we have here is useful, but could certainly be improved a lot. It was somewhere between an experiment to see how difficult this would be, and an effort for me to learn some web tech. On both fronts it has been successful.
Aftery trying to do this several times without success it eventually worked. I am pretty sure that I have done the same set of operations every time but who knows.
there are also some stack overflow threads about this and blogs. I think I saw one that was describing how to tell the OS to load a new code signing certificate at runtime. This might have been the trick to convince OSX to accept the signature.
Hey :D Maybe I'm missing something, however I can't get breakpoints to be visible
nvm, I'm new to linux and gdb, so forgot to compile with -g
Awesome work. For anyone trying to use this for remote debugging you can use the 'shell' command in your init commands (or .gdbinit file) to start the gdb server: shell gnome-terminal -e "JLinkGDBServer -device nrf52832 -if swd" target remote :2331 break main