# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2011-2012, 2014 Rocky Bernstein <rocky@cpan.org>
use warnings; no warnings 'redefine';

use rlib '../../../..';

# require_relative '../../app/condition'

package Devel::Trepan::CmdProcessor::Command::Next;

use if !@ISA, Devel::Trepan::CmdProcessor::Command ;

unless (@ISA) {
    eval <<'EOE';
    use constant ALIASES    => qw(n next+ next- n+ n-);
    use constant CATEGORY   => 'running';
    use constant SHORT_HELP => 'Step program without entering called functions';
    use constant MIN_ARGS   => 0; # Need at least this many
    use constant MAX_ARGS   => 1; # Need at most this many -
                                  # undef -> unlimited.
    use constant NEED_STACK => 1;

use strict;
use vars qw(@ISA); @ISA = @CMD_ISA;
use vars @CMD_VARS;  # Value inherited from parent

our $NAME = set_name();

=head2 Synopsis:

our $HELP = <<'HELP';

B<next>[B<+>|B<->] [I<count>]

Step one statement ignoring steps into function calls at this level.
Sometimes this is called 'step over'.

With an integer argument, perform 'next' that many times. However if
an exception occurs at this level, or we 'return' or 'yield' or the
thread changes, we stop regardless of count.

A suffix of C<+> on the command or an alias to the command forces to
move to another line, while a suffix of C<-> does the opposite and
disables the requiring a move to a new line. If no suffix is given,
the debugger setting 'different' determines this behavior.

If no suffix is given, the debugger setting 'different'
determines this behavior.

=head2 Example:


=head2 See also:

L<C<step> (step into)|Devel::Trepan::CmdProcessor::Command::Step>,
L<C<finish> (step out)|Devel::Trepan::CmdProcessor::Command::Finish>,


# This method runs the command
sub run($$) {
    my ($self, $args) = @_;
    my $proc = $self->{proc};
    my $opts = $proc->parse_next_step_suffix($args->[0]);

    # FIXME: parse and adjust step count
    $proc->{skip_count} = 0;


unless (caller) {
  # require_relative '../mock'
  # dbgr, cmd = MockDebugger::setup
  # p cmd.run([cmd.name])