Some nice features
suson at TuckerEnergy.com
Wed Jul 27 16:31:32 UTC 2005
I've been wondering the same thing for some time now. Anyone who is new
to C++ development on Linux, always raises this objection. Personally,
I've found two workarounds:
1) Step INTO the constructor
2) Make the meat of the constructor a _ctor method, and have the real
constructor call this (where a break point can be set).
Is there any progress being made on this front that someone knows about?
Harald Nikolisin wrote:
>and above all since many years the GCC under Linux is not able to stop
>at breakpoints in a constructor!
>I read some blabla at GCC-lists, why it's a problem, for me sounds very
>lazy (no I'm not able to fix it by myself, it's a pity)
>GCC on Mac OS X is able to stop and Visual C++ under Windows also.
>Maybe ICC is better, but then you have the complete overhead with
>specific libraries which are not available at the target computers and
>That's really a very negative impression when Visual folks see this
>behaviour on a KDevelop environment, although KDevelop is not
>responsible for it.
>leonp at plris.com schrieb:
>>I think this will be nice to have the following options/features in debugger:
>>1. Mouse pointer hoovering over a variable causes its value to appear in some
>>callout/balloon (as in ddd);
>>2. An option to view memory starting from the variable address, while the
>>variable may be pointed out in source or in watch windows (by right click
>>3. Memory window can remember its last call parameters.
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