The latest release of this library can be installed via NPM:
npm install dbgmits --save
This section assumes you'll be working within a local checkout of this repository.
If you don't already have the grunt-cli and tsd modules installed do so first:
npm install -g grunt-cli npm install -g tsd
Then install all the other module dependencies for this library:
To build the library just run:
Before running the tests for the first time you'll need to generate the target executable used by the tests. Unfortunately, while the target executable can be built on Windows the current setup will build it with MSVC and the generated debug information will be unreadable by LLDB and GDB, which in turn means that most of the tests won't run properly. The target executable is built via the node-gyp module, which currently expects to have access to the Node.js development headers, so if you haven't done so previously you can ask node-gyp to download and unpack the required files by running:
Next, ensure you have Python 2.7 and a C/C++ compiler tool-chain installed on your system, as detailed in the node-gyp README.
Now you're ready to build the target executable, to do so run:
Finally, you can run the tests with GDB via
grunt run-gdb-tests, or LLDB via
This library is licensed under the MIT license. See LICENSE file for full terms.