The attached simple update adds a debugger option
"break_on_warn" which causes the debugger to stop before executing the
next statement after a warning is issued. Usually, perl
"warnings" are indications of severe program errors (i.e., an
uninitialized variable error could be a mis-constructed hash key). With
this option the debugger stops and you can display veriables, etc., to
figure out what caused the warning.
Please consider adding this to the next release.
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