[webkit-dev] InspectorDebuggerAgent::didPause function

jamey.hicks at nokia.com jamey.hicks at nokia.com
Tue Oct 19 06:26:05 PDT 2010

Hi Tomasz,

I have a patch for JavaScriptCore to let you determine if an exception happened and what it was, if you're using JSC instead of V8.

We found that users of the front-end wanted to know if the pause was due to an exception, and if so, what it was.


On Oct 19, 2010, at 9:12 AM, ext Yury Semikhatsky wrote:

Hi Tomasz,

There is no need to differentiate between pause due to an exception and due to a breakpoint hit and there are no means to determine that in InspectorDebuggerAgent::didPause. Detailed information about the break event is available in WebCore/bindings/v8/ScriptDebugServer::handleV8DebugEvent(I believe it can be retrieved in WebCore/bindings/js/ScriptDebugServer too) where we can say whether it was an exception or not, we just don't push it to InspectorDebuggerAgent since we don't need it in the front-end.


On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 5:01 PM, Tomasz Morawski <t.morawski at samsung.com<mailto:t.morawski at samsung.com>> wrote:
Is there any way to get know if InspectorDebuggerAgent::didPause call was due to an exception or not? I have tried to use scriptState->hadException() inside this function but it seems that the hadException function always returns false.

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