SublimeWebInspector for Atom.io?


#1

is anyone working on a built in inspector for nodejs or anything along the lines of SublimeWebInspector?


Any way to insert JS breakpoints in the editor?
#2

Do you mean like the Developer Tools view that opens with ⌘⌥I?


#3

I think he meant this project: http://sokolovstas.github.io/SublimeWebInspector/


#4

Correct, I was talking about SublimeWebInspector that is integrated to the editor to be able to work with your project, not just the web inspector/console to view atom.io itself.


#5

hey @leedohm! on this topic… do you happen to know how do you go about setting --remote-debugging-port=x for the chrome developer tools and if is there something to set breakpoints from the atom gutter or if i have to roll my own… :metal:


#6

I like the idea to integrate dev tools more directly into the editor, i.e. the ability to set breakpoints by clicking the line number in the gutter, evaluating expressions via (right-)click on a variable etc etc… that would be pretty awesome.


#7

It has been stated that Atom will not attempt to be an IDE.


#8

Sadly, no, I haven’t looked into setting Chromium flags for Atom. @zcbenz would be the expert on that. There may be other members of Discuss too that have tried similar things, but I can’t recall any right now.

I don’t know of anything that sets breakpoints from the Atom gutter, either. Sorry :cry:


#9

Yes, at its core. And I think that’s right.
But that’s no reason a package couldn’t provide that kind of enhancement to those looking for it. You know, eating your :cake: too.


#10

this works now… atom --remote-debugging-port=9222

see https://github.com/atom/atom-shell/issues/498… thank you…