But all these options are uncomfortable for everyday extensive JScript
The only thing I need is to make some Visual Studio project with a bogus
(or real) target and be able to start Debugger with the current file
open in the IDE. The Microsoft Script Editor does this simple job very
well (it is included in Microsoft Office XP installation). But the
Microsoft Script Editor does not support projects :(
How can I get the Visual Studio (InterDev and/or .NET) debug my
client-side JScript code by just one click (F5)???
Thanks in advance...
No time, nowhere
"They" like it as much as their "inabilities".
"Jey Run" <jey...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
Included in Mozilla.
Can you be a little more explicit about the type of script file you want
to debug? I wasn't sure whether you were talking about JScript embedded
in an html page, JScript in a .js file that is executed by the browser, a
.js file executed by WSH, or a .wsh file.
Microsoft MVP -- ASP / ASP.NET
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In mozilla, Exceptions have a property called stack and this is a
parsable string that contains the file name, function name and line
number in stack. The resulting stack traces are beautifull.
With good programming techniques in using open standards your Mozilla
developed pages can work in IE 5.5+. The switch is a little difficult
at first but in the end you will be on a better road.
BTW, I rarely use the venkman debugger although it has helped in some
very complex issues.
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