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Planned - Long term

Export variable values to file and compare to exported

micheal kris 6 years ago updated by Omer Raviv (CTO) 6 years ago 1
Hey a long time user and now costumer of Ozcode, I love your work. (and also an Israeli by the way)
There are a few features I think might really be useful:
An ability to export variable state to files, and be able to import and compare values between different debugging session, it would be very useful when debugging unit tests.
Another one might not be nearly as simple but still possible is the ability to export object state into code constructor calling, I often do this my self with complex expression in trace points but you can use the same kind of run time reflection you use in the inspector window to create default constructor templates, so use could modify it to his liking and export it to clipboard or file.
this can help make writing unit tests a dream and can help in recreating bugs by isolating different parts of code.
Maybe even help the user by letting him create custom constructor templates (to work with his already used mocking library) or maybe by allowing for custom user code to run inside the plugin using the inspected data to create his own complex trace templates or otherwise cool debugging plugins.

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Planned - Long term
Hi Michael, thank you very much for your kind words!
Both of your requests are very often asked for and we definitely intend to look into implementing them for a future release of OzCode! Thanks again for your feedback and please keep it coming :)
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Planned - Long term
Hi Michael, thank you very much for your kind words!
Both of your requests are very often asked for and we definitely intend to look into implementing them for a future release of OzCode! Thanks again for your feedback and please keep it coming :)