- v. present participle of debug.
“Rubinius, an implementation of the Ruby programming language featuring enhancements for JIT (Just In Time) compilation and garbage collection, is being upgraded Friday, gaining improvements in debugging, memory usage, and performance.”
“This information can be useful in debugging your application and also understanding its performance characteristics.”
“In case it's not obvious - maintenance, debugging is harder, cost of new staff learning the software is more expensive, and less complexity makes life easier for developers (most importantly!).”
“Nonetheless, it also shines when debugging is necessary since Rails lacks a decent debugger (although Netbeans, if you are incline to use it, solves the problem nicely) and Django is also missing debugging tools.”
“I was having a few problems with UTW, and your clarifications to other posters were immensely useful in debugging some of the problem!”
“This can be helpful in debugging network problems. statistics”
“(I whine to avoid plugging in my keyboard and debugging, which is what I am going to have to do as soon as I stop whining to you)”
“This is good for debugging, which is exactly what the Logger is for.”
“The settings shown in the blurry snapshot are for video call debugging”
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Ghost words that I've adopted because the original listers abandoned them. Yarb has more in his Adoption agency, and many orphlings are tagged as ghosted, ghost phrases, misspellings, or typos.
Looking for tweets for debugging.