TrepanPl - Perl "Trepanning" Debugger

SYNOPSIS [options] [[--] perl-program [perl-program-options ...]]

      --help               brief help message
      --man                full documentation
      --basename           Show basename only on source file listings.
                           (Needed in regression tests)
      --bw                 Use Bullwinkle Processor (for front-ends) rather
                           that the command-line processor
      -c| --command FILE   Run or 'source' debugger command file FILE
      --cmddir DIR         Read DIR for additional debugger commands
      --batch FILE         Like --command, but quit after reading FILE.
                           This option has precidence over --command and
                           will also set --nx
      --cd DIR             Change current directory to DIR
      -e| --exec STRING    eval STRING. Multiple -e's can be given.
                           Works like Perl's -e switch
      --nx                 Don't run user startup file (e.g. .treplrc)

      --client {'tcp' host port} | {'tty', input-slave output-slave}
                           Set for out-of-process debugging.
                           The client runs outside of this process.
                           'tcp' uses TCP/IP
                           'tty' uses pseudo tty.

      --server {'tcp' host port} | {'tty'}
                           Set for out-of-process debugging. The server
                           rus the Perl program to be debugged runs.

      --fall-off-end       Don't stay in debugger when program terminates

      --include | -I DIR   Add DIR to @INC in invoking program

      --module  | -M MOD   Add module MOD in invoking program

      --post-mortem        Enter debugger on die
      --readline  | --no-readline
                           Try or don't try to use Term::Readline
      -x|--trace           Simulate line tracing (think POSIX shell set -x)
      --highlight | --no-highlight
                           Use or don't use ANSI terminal sequences for syntax
      --verbose            Show what is invoking under the

DESCRIPTION is a gdb-like debugger. Much of the interface and code has been adapted from the trepanning debuggers of Ruby.