Re: [eclipse-clp-users] line numbers in calling goals

From: Kish Shen <kisshen_at_...5...>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2013 17:56:51 +0000
You can get the information on the (debuggable) goals called by a 
predicate with the port_calls and port_lines options of get_flag/3
(see the bip documentation for get_flag/3, e.g. with help/1).

However, it seems easier to debug by setting breakpoints (and spypoints) 
and using the tracer (in particular in tkeclipse) -- this is what the 
port_calls and port_lines are designed to support.

Cheers,

Kish

On 13/02/2013 07:54, Basile Starynkevitch wrote:
> Hello All,
>
> In C or C++ I would routinely have
>
>     #define dbgprintf(Fmt,...) do{if(debugging) printf("%s:%d:" Fmt "\n", __FILE__,__LINE__, ##__VA_ARGS__);}while(0)
>
> and then I would use at many places things like (in file foo.c line 123)
>      dbgprintf("here x=%d", x);
> with an output like
>      foo.c:123: Here x=10
>
>
> Is it possible to get the line number of the invoking super-goal in Eclipse Prolog?
>
> So far in https://github.com/bstarynk/BOPL-APS
>
> I'm coding
> dbgprintf(Name,Fmt,Args) :-
>          debugWanted(Name), atom(Name)
> 	-> printf(output, "*| %a ",[Name]), printf(output, Fmt, Args), nl, !
>          ; true, !
> .
>
> then later using
>
> 	dbgprintf(parseVarsList," TokensAfterKwVars=%w", [TokensAfterKwVars]),
>
> assuming that I would assert debugWanted(parseVarsList) somewhere
>
> but this don't give me the line number.
>
> Perhaps the attribute feature might help, because I'm guessing
> that Compiler/source_processor.ecl is keeping the source location...
>
> But I am not familiar enough with Eclipse CLP to understand if it is feasible or not.
>
> Regards
>
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