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[Help-smalltalk] Re: [feature] Errors with line numbers

From: Paolo Bonzini
Subject: [Help-smalltalk] Re: [feature] Errors with line numbers
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2008 03:49:39 -0700

Issue status update for Post a follow up:

Project:      GNU Smalltalk
Version:      <none>
Component:    VM
Category:     feature requests
Priority:     normal
Assigned to:  Unassigned
Reported by:  ZuLuuuuuu
Updated by:   bonzinip
Status:       fixed

I tested it with a few of my relatively long .st files but I cannot
that it is much useful. That's even more confusing I guess because I
couldn't solve what the line numbers represent yet :D

It's a line number relative to the beginning of the current method. Absolute line numbers currently are not stored in the methods, though I
guess I could special case the very first line-number bytecode to store
the first line number (instead of 1) and use that as a delta.  The
browser could ignore it instead.

I guess absolute line numbers relative to the beginning of the file
what I am seeking for, like in Python or Ruby (Tcl is also not that
successful, I think). A line number which leads me directly to the
erroneous line. The format is good though...

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