My lab uses csh scripts to run jobs. It is usually difficult for me to debug a shell script, so I'm wondering if there is a csh debugger I can use.
I know there are some flags like
-v that can help, but because the script is kind of long, it would be better if I can set breakpoints on it. As I searched online, I found there is a debugger specifically for bash scripts that supports breakpoints, but I couldn't find one for csh scripts. Will the bash debugger work? Is there a csh-specific debugger I can use?
csh -x yourScript.shcut it?
echothe values out or use