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21.10. References

  • Perl Debugged, by Peter Scott and Ed Wright (Addison Wesley). A good book on how to debug Perl code and how to code in Perl so you won't need to debug.

  • Debugging Perl: Troubleshooting for Programmers, by Martin Brown (McGraw Hill). This book tells you pretty much everything you might want to know about Perl debugging.

  • Programming Perl, Third Edition, by Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen, and Jon Orwant (O'Reilly). Covers Perl Versions 5.005 and 5.6.0. Chapter 20 talks in depth about the Perl debugger.

  • "Cultured Perl: Debugging Perl with ease, catch the bugs before they bite," by Teodor Zlatanov:

    This article talks about using the Perl command-line debugger, the GUI Devel::ptkdb, and a special Perl shell for debugging.

  • The Mythical Man-Month, 20th Anniversary Edition, by Fred P. Brooks (Addison Wesley). A must-read for all programmers. After reading this book, you will at least learn to plan more time for the debug phase of your project.

  • General software-testing techniques FAQ:

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