I’m still working on this. There are many smaller issues to solve to offer a fully-featured debugger integration. In the meantime I’ve added support for watches, temporary breakpoints, breakpoint conditions, stack arguments, display of indexed array variables, display of associative array variables, and more. I still need to fix a few things in bashdb and push my upstream upstream to bashdb.
Major features which still need to be implemented are full support for Windows and macOS, compatibility with Bash 4 and possibly older versions and a few more things.
And I need to make my mind up about the release. JetBrains’s Shell plugin is lacking a lot of features and I won’t be able to add all of these for the initial version. I don’t want to force users, who’d like the debugger, to switch to an incomplete shell development environment.
I could make BashSupport Pro compatible to both JetBrains Shell and BashSupport. But this might be confusing and at some point in the future users of BashSupport need to switch.