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Debug in Repl.it
StivRodzhiers

Will there ever be an option to debug programs in Repl.it?

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hotnewtop
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Hi, also it will be good to have the debugging option for C++, too

hayaodeh

The Debugger now is only on Python3 on single file mode, as soon as you switch to project mode the debugger get disabled. Can you tell me more what you're looking for?

StivRodzhiers

@hayaodeh, I would like the debugger to work in the mode of several files.

hayaodeh

@StivRodzhiers we have an open issue about it. Here is a link for it where people are upvoting and discussing the issue. Please up vote if that's something you'd like us to implement
https://replit.canny.io/admin/board/feedback/p/debug-mode-project-mode

JASONLIAN

@hayaodeh I want a debugger for javascript + html

timmy_i_chen

Yes, we plan on implementing this :) What language would you prefer to see it first in?

StivRodzhiers
aveekbaruah

@timmy_i_chen Javascript

SharonAvigdor
LarisaBlejan
ShannonJ3421
JASONLIAN

@timmy_i_chen Javascript

ykonguo
pythongeek1010
Mosrod

There already is on Python3, I don't think other languages have it ATM, but it will support more languages in the future.

yaroslavvolovich

@Mosrod Python debugging doesn't work anymore.

ICodeMyLife

there already is one buddy :)

mfutala

Yes, I vote for a Javascript debugger. I tried to debug my program in Chrome but chrome doesn't see the individual pages

dannan0507
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AnnaGooderham

Yes, we need a t.debug option so people can debug easily