A TUI front-end for the Debug Adapter Protocol. Can be used as a standalone program, or integrated with terminal text editors.
This project is in early alpha. It currently shows variables, the call stack, and the debugee stdout. It expects there to be a kakoune session given by
--session, and does not have a built-in source viewer yet.
Two-way comms between kakoune and pesticide are working, so it should be fairly usable soon. Then the UI code needs to be overhauled.
Kakoune's philosophy is one of orthogonality. A text editor should be just that - a text editor. It should be easy to integrate with other tools in a POSIX environment. As such, Kakoune itself should not be used as a debugging interface, but only as the text editor portion of a debugging interface. Thus, everything except for the text editor itself should be handled by another program or programs. This is where Pesticide fits in.
DAP types and framed codec were borrowed from vscode-lldb under the MIT license, with modifications to custom extensions.