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Date: 2000-10-30 (14:53)
From: David.Mentre@i...
Subject: Re: Where did the exception occur?
Pierre Weis <> writes:

> However, you've got a nice replay debugger that allows you to step
> back anywhere in the past of the computation of your (bte-code)
> compiled program. So, you just have to go back to the point where the
> exception is raised and then use the usual top-level of the debugger.

About that specific point, I would say that the reference manual is not
very clear on how to use this replay feature. More precisely, how to go
to the point where the exception is raised? I was once trapped in this
unknown origin exception issue, and I did not succeed in using replay.

Maybe a little example in the Ref. Manual or the FAQ would be useful, as
I'm not the first one to be caught by this problem?

Best regards,
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