Display history of Script file
Posted by Lijuan (Lijuan), 18 March 2005Hello,
Does any one know whether it is possible to display the lines that was executed in a script file
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 18 March 2005Do you mean like the tcov and prof coverage that (use to?) be possible under the C compiler on Solaris?
Posted by Lijuan (Lijuan), 21 March 2005Graham,
I have never used C Compiler on Solaris. So i am not sure if that's what you mean.
Basically, what i mean is say i have a script with 10 lines. And i should want to display all 10 lines as i run the script (.tcl). Is that possible?
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 21 March 2005Ah ... good job I asked. Those other tools tell you after a run of the code which parts ran (and how many times) rather than giving you a dynamic report. I'm clearer now ... I don't know that it can be done but I'll have a root around in some places and information I've got here!
Posted by Lijuan (Lijuan), 24 March 2005Hi Graham,
I was looking through and i realise there is a command "consoleinterp record <script>"
I was wondering if this could be relevant. However, when i tried to key it into my console, it said that it is an invalid command.
I am wondering if this could be platform dependent.
Other Forum Posts
Follow us on ...
PH: 01144 1225 708225 • FAX: 01144 1225 793803 • EMAIL: email@example.com • WEB: http://www.wellho.net • SKYPE: wellho