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Taking common_schema's rdebug to a test-drive

This is a simple step-by-step introduction to rdebug: Debugger and Debugging API for MySQL Stored Routines, as part of common_schema.

In other words: let me take you through the steps for debugging your stored routines on your own server. We will step into, step over, step out, modify variables, set a breakpoint, run to breakpoint...

Command line geeks, this one's for you. GUI lovers, this is actually an API; I am hoping for someone wrap it up with a plugin for your favorite GUI editor.

Requirements:

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common_schema 2.0.0-alpha: rdebug, GPL

A new release for common_schema: an alpha version of rdebug: MySQL Debugger and Debugging API is now included with common_schema.

With a different license in mind for rdebug, common_schema changes license to GPL (2 or above).

common_schema 2.0 is ready for download. All things rdebug, it is alpha -- otherwise it's a stable release.

rdebug

I'm very happy to release this alpha version of rdebug, and urge everyone to try it out.

The idea is to have an open, free, server side debugger and debugging API for MySQL stored routines. To elaborate:

  • It's …
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MySQL Stored Routines Debugger & Debugging API: sneak preview II, video

This is the 2nd sneak preview of common_schema's rdebug: debugger & debugging API for MySQL stored routines (see 1st preview here).

rdebug will be released as part of common_schema, free and open sourced.

In this sneak preview I present:

  • Compiling multiple routines with debug info
  • Starting/stopping a debug session
  • Step-over, step-in, step-out
  • Showing stack trace
  • Showing the next-statement to execute
  • Viewing and manipulating local routine variables
  • Misc. meta routines

The quick technical overview

rdebug is a server-side mechanism, itself …

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