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From "Egor Shipovalov" <>
Subject RE: Debugging with Apache::DB: how to disable unneeded debug output?
Date Tue, 27 Jan 2004 23:26:45 GMT

if this is natural to the Perl debugger, why I'm not getting it when
debugging ordinary Perl programs? It only happens under mod_perl. I'm
suspecting it's an Apache::DB thing, and not being able to turn it off would
seem ridiculous to me. Debugging experts anyone?

Best regards,
Egor Shipovalov. 

> > I'm debugging my mod_perl/Mason application interactively 
> using Apache::DB. While everything seem to work as advertised, 
> I get a lot of unneeded consoleoutput from httpd. Looks like 
> it's reporting every subroutine and eval call

> That's the nature of the debugger: it tells you everything it 
> can.  If that's too much, you can either get good at using the 
> debugger to skip to sections you care about using break points and the
> or switch to using logging as an alternative to the debugger.
> - Perrin

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