Using-the-Debug-Toolbar

Using the Debug Toolbar

Using the Debug Toolbar

The Debug toolbar contains several tools you will employ as you work through this
section. By default, this toolbar is attached to the View and Tools toolbars, and
appears as a single Visual LISP toolbar.

The Debug toolbar is the left-most set of icons. Most of the items on the toolbar
are inactive until you run your program in debugging mode (that is, with one or more
breakpoints defined).

If you have not done so already, detach the Debug toolbar from its position at the
top of the screen. To do this, grab and drag it by the two vertical grips at the left
of the toolbar. You can detach any of the Visual LISP toolbars and position them on
your screen where they are most effective for your style of work.

The Debug toolbar is divided into three main groups of buttons, each consisting of
three buttons. When you run a program in debugging mode, the toolbar looks like the
following:

  • The first three buttons allow you to step through your program code.
  • The next three buttons determine how Visual LISP should proceed whenever it has stopped
    at a breakpoint or an error.
  • The next three buttons set or remove a breakpoint, add a Watch, and jump to the position
    within your source code where the last break occurred.

The last button on the Debug toolbar is a Step Indicator. It does not execute any
function but provides a visual indication of where your cursor is positioned as you
step through your code. When you are not running in debugging mode, this button appears
blank.

To set a breakpoint

  1. In the Visual LISP Editor window containing gpmain.lsp, position your cursor just in front of the opening parenthesis of the setq function of the following line of code, within the gp:getPointInput function:
    (setq HalfWidth (getdist EndPt "
    half-width of path: "))
  2. Click the mouse once. The position is illustrated in the following screen snapshot:
  3. With the text insertion point set, choose the Toggle Breakpoint button on the Debug
    toolbar.

    The Toggle Breakpoint button acts as a toggle, alternating between on and off states.
    If there is no breakpoint at the cursor position, it sets one; if there is already
    a breakpoint there, it removes it.

  4. Choose the Load Active Edit Window button on the Tools toolbar to load the file.
  5. Run the (C:GPath) function from the Visual LISP Console prompt.

    Visual LISP executes the program normally up to the breakpoint. In this case, it will
    prompt you for the first two points—the start point and endpoint of the path.

  6. Specify the start point and endpoint when prompted.

    After you specify the points, Visual LISP suspends execution of the program and returns
    focus to the text editor window, highlighting the line of code at the breakpoint position:

There are a couple of things to notice:

  • The cursor is located right at the breakpoint. This may be difficult to notice, so
    Visual LISP provides another clue.
  • In the Debug toolbar, the Step Indicator icon displays a red I-beam cursor in front
    of a pair of parentheses. This indicates the Visual LISP debugger is stopped before
    the expression.

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