Jens Dagerbo jens.dagerbo at swipnet.se
Thu Feb 3 23:49:31 UTC 2005

On Thursday 03 February 2005 01.36, Steven Suson wrote:
> Greetings,
>     Hopefully, this will not be too off topic (there is the possibility
> that the problem I'm having is KDevelop specific). I am attempting to
> use kdDebug, albeit unsuccessfully. Here's the code in question:
> kdDebug() << k_funcinfo << ": Sonde Type " <<
> toolItem->SCRData()->getSondeType() << " at depth " << item->depth() <<
> endl;
>     I stepped through this in the debugger to assure that it was being
> executed, and in fact it is. My project is being compiled debug (i.e.
> NDEBUG is not being defined by the compile command). Yet, I cannot seem
> to get anything output. I've tried both running the program from within
> KDevelop (where there is no output within the Application tab), from
> within KDevelop's Konsole tab, and from a plain Konsole shell prompt.
> None of these yield any output.
> Any clues as to how to get this working will be greatly appreciated.
>     I'm using KDevelop 3.1.2, KDE 3.3.1, Qt 3.3.3, gcc 3.2.2

Most likely the debug area simply isn't configured to give any output. Run 
'kdebugdialog' to turn on or off debug areas.

kdDebug() is the same as kdDebug(0), btw.  You can trace to a specific area 
(number) to be able to then easily filter out the traces you are interested 
in (using kdebugdialog).


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