|| at Jun 3, 2013 at 12:42 am
I don't know either about interactive debuggers for go, but what I can tell
you is that I haven't seen any debugger yet (for any language) that can be
effectively used to debug networked, many-process, concurrent, or otherwise
timing-sensitive code. Since these are fields where Go excels at (in my
opinion), due to language support or the well-crafted stdlib (no Berkeley
sockets!!!), I think it is reasonable to say that these are common cases to
bump into, so a debugger might not be able to help much anyways. I myself
have been able to effectively debug via printf, no matter what kind of code
Then again, I definitely haven't seen every debugger out there, so I might
2013. június 2., vasárnap 6:13:07 UTC+2 időpontban Trung Pham a következőt
It's 2013. Is there any Go IDE out there with an integrated interactive
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