[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 53497] Web Inspector: do not hide scope variables with command line api.

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Tue Feb 1 09:56:15 PST 2011


--- Comment #1 from Patrick Mueller <pmuellr at yahoo.com>  2011-02-01 09:56:14 PST ---
So, with (a), you won't get the command line api at a breakpoint, but you will get it when you're NOT stopped at a breakpoint.  Seems confusing.  

Can we query the scope and only expose properties that won't shadow something on the stack?

In any case, it seems like having all the API in an object like "console" would be a nice capability, that we could support no matter what else we do?

Wonder what FireBug does - they would at least have a problem of not making shadowable API available - if they don't have the same problem we do.  Would be nice to have both debuggers have the same capability (in terms of adding all the API to console, or whatever).

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