Jonathan Sachs wrote:Correct me if I'm wrong... if I add method calls to the watch list, don't I have to make those calls on a particular object, rather than the object I choose when I need information? If so, the utility would be limited.
Jonathan Sachs wrote:
So, what I'd like is something like a debugger view that shows the values that the class's methods would return if I called them, and never mind that the internal data is.
It would only work on idempotent methods.
I generally implement the "toString" method on those objects...
I can then examine the object in more detail in the traditional way if I need to.