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// Copyright INRIA
 
mode(-1)
//
// (setbpt delbpt).
deff('[]=lig()',[
'shlig(2),';
'if 1>2 then,';
'  shlig(4),';
',';
'  shlig(6)     ,'; // break-point
',';
'end,shlig(8)   ,'; // break-point
'shlig(9),';
'for k=1:3,';
'  k;shlig(11)  ,'; // break-point
'end,shlig(12)  ,'; // break-point
',';
'for l=1:10,';
'  if l==5 then break,end,';
'  l,';
'end,shlig(17)  ,'; // break-point
'shlig(18),';
'select 2,';
'case 1 then,';
',';
'case 2 then,';
'  shlig(23)   ,'; // break-point
'case 3 then,';
'1,';
'else,';
'2,';
'end,shlig(28) ,'; // break-point
'shlig(29),';
'select 0,';
'case 1 then,';
'1,';
'case 2 then,';
'2,';
'case 3 then,';
'3,';
'else,';
'  shlig(38)  ,'; // break-point
'end,shlig(39),'; // break-point
'shlig(40)    ,'; // break-point
'i=0,';
'while i<3,';
'i=i+1,shlig(43) ,'; // break-point
'end,shlig(44) ,'; //break-point
'i=0;,';
'while i<10,';
'i=i+1,if i==2 then break,end,shlig(47),';
'end,shlig(48) ,' //break-point
],'n')
deff('[]=shlig(n)','write(%io(2),''ligne ''+string(n))')
//definition des points d'arrets
setbpt('lig',6)
setbpt('lig',8)
setbpt('lig',11)
setbpt('lig',12)
setbpt('lig',17)
setbpt('lig',23)
setbpt('lig',28)
setbpt('lig',38)
setbpt('lig',39)
setbpt('lig',40)
setbpt('lig',43)
setbpt('lig',44)
setbpt('lig',48)
write(%io(2),[
'user should check the line number'])
user should check the line number
write(%io(2),[' ';'MACRO NOT COMPILED';'-----------------';' '])
 
MACRO NOT COMPILED
-----------------
 
lig()
ligne 2
ligne 8
Stop after row     8 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 9
ligne 11
Stop after row    11 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 11
Stop after row    11 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 11
Stop after row    11 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 12
Stop after row    12 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 17
Stop after row    17 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 18
ligne 23
Stop after row    23 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 28
Stop after row    28 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 29
ligne 38
Stop after row    38 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 39
Stop after row    39 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 40
Stop after row    40 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 43
Stop after row    43 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 43
Stop after row    43 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 43
Stop after row    43 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 44
Stop after row    44 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 47
ligne 48
Stop after row    48 in function lig :
 
 
resume
comp(lig)
Warning :redefining function: lig                     
 
write(%io(2),[' ';'COMPILED MACRO';'-----------------';' '])
 
COMPILED MACRO
-----------------
 
lig()
ligne 2
ligne 8
Stop after row     8 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 9
ligne 11
Stop after row    11 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 11
Stop after row    11 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 11
Stop after row    11 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 12
Stop after row    12 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 17
Stop after row    17 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 18
ligne 23
Stop after row    23 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 28
Stop after row    28 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 29
ligne 38
Stop after row    38 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 39
Stop after row    39 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 40
Stop after row    40 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 43
Stop after row    43 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 43
Stop after row    43 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 43
Stop after row    43 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 44
Stop after row    44 in function lig :
 
 
resume
ligne 47
ligne 48
Stop after row    48 in function lig :
 
 
resume
delbpt('lig')
clear lig shlig
// Elementary setbpt tests with scalar line number argument
// Order of the commands is important to guarantee
// the full coverage of the tests
delbpt(),dispbpt()   // should display no output
setbpt("foo1",0)    // should spit error 9997
                 !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
setbpt("foo1",-3)   // should spit error 9997
                  !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
setbpt("foo1",3.2)  // should spit error 9997
                   !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
setbpt("foo1"),dispbpt()   // set at line 1 (default)
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         1
 
setbpt("foo1",5),dispbpt()  // add another bpt to a macro that already has bpts, and that is the last one
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         1
         5
 
setbpt("foo2",5),setbpt("foo2",8),dispbpt()  // add bpts to a new macro (will always be placed at the end)
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         1
         5
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
 
setbpt("foo1",9),dispbpt()  // add another bpt to a macro that already has bpts, and that is NOT the last one
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         9
         1
         5
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
 
setbpt("foo1",5),dispbpt()  // check duplicates removal - line 5 should appear only once in foo1
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         9
         1
         5
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
 
setbpt("foo2",5),dispbpt()  // check duplicates removal - line 5 should appear only once in foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         9
         1
         5
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
 
 
// More complicated setbpt tests with vector line number argument
 
// Order of the commands is important to guarantee
 
// the full coverage of the tests
 
delbpt(),dispbpt()   // should display no output
 
setbpt("foo1",[1,0,5])    // should spit error 9997
                       !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
setbpt("foo1",[-3,2,7])   // should spit error 9997
                        !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
setbpt("foo1",[1,3.2])  // should spit error 9997
                       !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
setbpt("foo1",[8,9]),dispbpt()    // add 2 bpts at once to a new macro
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         8
         9
 
setbpt("foo1",5),setbpt("foo1",[2,3]),dispbpt()  // add further bpts to a macro that already has bpts, and that is the last one
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         8
         9
         5
         2
         3
 
setbpt("foo2",[5,8]),setbpt("foo2",7),dispbpt()  // add bpts to a new macro (will always be placed at the end)
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         8
         9
         5
         2
         3
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
         7
 
setbpt("foo1",[10,15,20]),dispbpt()  // add bpts to a macro that already has bpts, and that is NOT the last one
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
        10
        15
        20
         8
         9
         5
         2
         3
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
         7
 
setbpt("foo1",[50,50,50,60,50,80,60]),dispbpt()  // check duplicates removal in vector input, not the last macro - lines 50 and 60 should appear only once in foo1
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
        50
        60
        80
        10
        15
        20
         8
         9
         5
         2
         3
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
         7
 
setbpt("foo1",[9,5,8,100,3,2]),dispbpt()  // check duplicates removal wrt existing bpts, not the last macro - all lines should appear only once in foo1
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
       100
        50
        60
        80
        10
        15
        20
         8
         9
         5
         2
         3
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
         7
 
setbpt("foo2",[50,50,50,60,50,80,60]),dispbpt()  // check duplicates removal in vector input, last macro - lines 50 and 60 should appear only once in foo1
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
       100
        50
        60
        80
        10
        15
        20
         8
         9
         5
         2
         3
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
         7
        50
        60
        80
 
setbpt("foo2",[9,5,8,100,7,2]),dispbpt()  // check duplicates removal wrt existing bpts, last macro - all lines should appear only once in foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
       100
        50
        60
        80
        10
        15
        20
         8
         9
         5
         2
         3
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         5
         8
         7
        50
        60
        80
         9
         2
       100
 
 
 
// Elementary delbpt tests with scalar line number argument
 
// Order of the commands is important to guarantee
 
// the full coverage of the tests
 
delbpt(),dispbpt()   // should display no output
 
delbpt("foo1",0)    // should spit error 9997
                 !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
delbpt("foo1",-3)   // should spit error 9997
                  !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
delbpt("foo1",3.2)  // should spit error 9997
                   !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
delbpt("foo1"),dispbpt()   // should display no output
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,8,11]),delbpt("foo1"),dispbpt()   // should display no output
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,8,11]),setbpt("foo2",[55,88,111]),delbpt("foo1"),dispbpt()   // should display the 3 bpts for foo2 only
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
        55
        88
       111
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,8,11]),setbpt("foo2",[55,88,111]),delbpt("foo2"),dispbpt()   // should display the 3 bpts for foo1 only
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         5
         8
        11
 
delbpt()
 
setbpt("foo1",5),delbpt("foo1",5),dispbpt()   // should display no output
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,6,8]),delbpt("foo1",5),dispbpt()    // lines 6 and 8 should appear only
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         6
         8
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,10,11]),delbpt("foo1",10),dispbpt()    // lines 5, 6, 8 and 11 should appear only
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         6
         8
         5
        11
 
delbpt("foo1",11),dispbpt()    // lines 5, 6 and 8 should appear only
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         6
         8
         5
 
setbpt("foo2",[20,21,22,23]),delbpt("foo1",6),dispbpt()    // lines 5 and 8 for foo1, and 20 to 23 for foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         8
         5
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
        20
        21
        22
        23
 
delbpt("foo2",21),dispbpt()    // lines 5, and 8 for foo1, and 20, 22, 23 for foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         8
         5
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
        20
        22
        23
 
 
// More complicated delbpt tests with vector line number argument
 
// Order of the commands is important to guarantee
 
// the full coverage of the tests
 
delbpt(),dispbpt()   // should display no output
 
delbpt("foo1",[1,0,5])    // should spit error 9997
                       !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
delbpt("foo1",[-3,2,7])   // should spit error 9997
                        !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
delbpt("foo1",[1,3.2])  // should spit error 9997
                       !--error 9997 
Breakpoint line number must be a positive integer                               
 
 
delbpt("foo1",[8,9]),dispbpt()   // should display no output
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,6,8,9]),delbpt("foo1",[8,5]),dispbpt()    // lines 6 and 9 should appear only
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         6
         9
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,6,8,9]),delbpt("foo1",[8,5,8,8,6,5]),dispbpt()    // check duplicates removal in vector input - line 9 should appear only
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         9
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,6,8,9]),setbpt("foo2",[10,12,14,16,18]),delbpt("foo1",[8,5,8,10]),dispbpt()    // not the last macro, check duplicates removal in vector input - lines 6 and 9 should appear for foo1, plus all the 5 bpts for foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         9
         6
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
        10
        12
        14
        16
        18
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,6,8,9]),setbpt("foo2",[10,12,14,16,18]),delbpt("foo1",[8,5,6,9]),dispbpt()    // remove all, not the last macro - should display no bpt for foo1, but all the 5 bpts for foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
        10
        12
        14
        16
        18
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,6,8,9]),setbpt("foo2",[10,12,14,16,18]),delbpt("foo2",[14,18,10,20]),dispbpt()    // last macro - should display all the 4 bpts for foo1, but only lines 12 and 16 for foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
        12
        16
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         5
         6
         8
         9
 
setbpt("foo1",[5,6,8,9]),setbpt("foo2",[10,12,14,16,18]),delbpt("foo2",[14,18,10,12,16]),dispbpt()    // remove all, last macro - should display all the 4 bpts for foo1, but no bpt for foo2
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         5
         6
         8
         9
 
 
// first non regression test for bug 1894
 
delbpt()
 
function foo1()
a=1;
a=1;
a=1;
a=1;
a=1;
endfunction
 
function foo2()
a=2;
a=2;
a=2;
a=2;
a=2;
endfunction
 
setbpt("foo2",1)
 
foo2()
Stop after row     1 in function foo2 :
 
 
delbpt("foo2",1)
 
dispbpt
 
setbpt("foo1",[1:5]);setbpt("foo2",[1:5]);
 
dispbpt
 breakpoints of  function :foo1                    
 
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
 breakpoints of  function :foo2                    
 
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
 
// the following resume(0) must spit:
 
// Stop after row     2 in function foo2 :
 
// and not Stop after row     2 in function foo1 :
 
resume(0)
Stop after row     2 in function foo2 :
 
 
abort
 
 
// second non regression test for bug 1894
 
delbpt()
 
function foo1
endfunction
Warning :redefining function: foo1                    
 
 
function foo2
  function d=foo3()
    disp("  Entering");
    d=1
    disp("  Leaving");
  endfunction
  disp("Before");
  b=foo3();
  disp("After");
endfunction
Warning :redefining function: foo2                    
 
 
setbpt("foo2",[1:10]);
 
foo2()
Stop after row     1 in function foo2 :
 
 
delbpt("foo2",[1:10])
 
setbpt("foo1",[1:2]);setbpt("foo2",[1:10]);setbpt("foo3",[1:5]);
 
// the following resume must spit:
 
// Stop after row     6 in function foo2 :
 
// and not Stop after row     1 in function foo3 :
 
resume
Stop after row     6 in function foo2 :