[Mono-osx] Mono & DTrace
lscoughlin at mac.com
Wed Nov 14 10:41:15 EST 2007
Actually -- if this could be put together, it might be possible
instrument the runtime such that you could create a post trace with
enough information to build up something like Bil Lewis' Omniscient
Debugger which would actually leap frog traditional debuggers in
terms of functionality and and what not.
[ Omniscient Debugger ]http://www.lambdacs.com/debugger/debugger.html
On Nov 13, 2007, at 10:06 PM, Matthew Winter wrote:
> Since Leopard now makes use of DTrace how easy would it be to modify
> Mono to utilise this and possibly plug into the XRay tool on leopard.
> If not directly within the runtime, do you know if there is a managed
> DTrace probe that could be used?
> On 14/11/2007, at 12:03 PM, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
>>> Yes, but all of this is lame work arounds for not actually having a
>>> debugger on os x.
>>> I realize that an os x debugger is not currently a priority, but
>>> don't pretend that mono on os x is really ready for much of anything
>>> until that changes.
>> Mono has no working debugger on any platform, so if the criteria is a
>> working debugger, then yes, Mono is not ready for you in any
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