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I struggled a bit while preparing my Silverlight and IronRuby article for the french magazine Programmez so I'll share those tips here.
Here are the required elements to achieve step-by-step debugging when working in IronRuby Silverlight:
- Visual Studio 2008 RTM (trial version is ok)
- Silverlight 2 Visual Studio Tools - available here (you'll have to uninstall any already installed Silverlight runtime or SDK first)
- Grab the latest dlls from the Dynamic Silverlight SDK and place them under your app folder (or under the chiron /bin folder)
Then add the following to your html file:
<param name="initParams" value="debug=true, reportErrors=errorLocation" />
To actually debug, here are the required steps:
- open your ruby file in Visual Studio
- enable the breakpoint
- attach the debugger to your browser window process
- go back to the browser and hit F5
Here's a screenshot:
(many thanks to Jimmy Schementi for helping out on the ironruby-core list).
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