[webkit-dev] Debugging inspector injected scripts

Konrad Piascik kpiascik at rim.com
Thu Mar 29 05:10:44 PDT 2012

Hi Vivek,

You can use the inspector to inspect itself. I've done this on chrome many times using the keyboard shortcut ctrl+shift+c (win & linux) or command+shift+c (mac). In order for the keyboard shortcut to work you need to have the inspector undocked and the focus of the inspector be on the panel icons.

Hope this helps you achieve what you're looking to do.
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From: Vivek Galatage [mailto:vivekgalatage at gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2012 07:23 AM
To: webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org <webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org>
Subject: [webkit-dev] Debugging inspector injected scripts

Hello webkit-dev,

I would like to debug the various scripts those are injected by inspector component.

Lets say I load a page from xyz.com<http://xyz.com> which has some script named xyz.js.. I am able to put breakpoints in this xyz.js and do the normal debugging.

But what I am interested in is debugging the inspector injected scripts such as ResorucePanel.js etc by putting breakpoints. But whenever I try to do this, the inspector becomes non-responsive and I have to come out of the debug session by closing the browser. This I am experimenting on Windows port.

So am I doing something wrong or is there any other method to achieve this? Any help?

Thank you,

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