Enoki Next EAP: Debugging RubyMotion Apps
There’s a lot of excitement around RubyMotion support in RubyMine and we’re quite happy about that. We believe the debugging features may bring still more joy to your iOS development. So, please welcome RubyMine Enoki EAP (build 124.67) with RubyMotion debugging options!
First of all now you can run the debugging session and add breakpoints to stop execution so you can analyze variables and run your code step by step:
Please note the work on the feature is in progress so you can’t use watches so far.
You may prefer working with LLDB commands so we’ve added the special LLDB tab for you:
GDB is not supported yet, but in the next versions you will be able to choose which debugger to use.
Sometimes the easiest way is the best one. So you can just output to console:
Please note, we’re still investigating problems with upgrade and application signing on Mac OS X, so the full installation is needed if you’re on Mac.
Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team
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