Vim::Debug::Manual - What is Vim::Debug and how do I use it?
Vim::Debug integrates the Perl debugger with Vim, allowing developers to visually step through their code and examine variables.
Please note that this code is in beta.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:kablamo/VimDebug.git cd VimDebug perl Makefile.PL make sudo make install cp -r vim/* $VIMHOME/
Replace $VIMHOME with your vim configuration directory. (/home/username/.vim on unix.)
head1 KEY BINDINGS
These are the default key bindings. To change them, edit VimDebug.vim:
<F12> Start the debugger <Leader>s/ Start the debugger. Prompts for command line arguments. <F10> Restart debugger. Break points are ALWAYS saved (for all dbgrs). <F11> Exit the debugger <F6> Next <F7> Step <F8> Continue <Leader>b Set break point on the current line <Leader>c Clear break point on the current line <Leader>v Print the value of the variable under the cursor <Leader>v/ Print the value of an expression thats entered <Leader>/ Type a command for the debugger to execute and echo the result
Fork it on github: http://github.com/kablamo/VimDebug
Eric Johnson <vimdebug at iijo dot org>
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Eric Johnson.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.