F10 in debugger

Aleix Pol aleixpol at kde.org
Fri Mar 31 01:33:42 UTC 2017


On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 9:04 PM, Norbert Zawodsky <norbert at zawodsky.at> wrote:
> Am 2017-03-30 um 16:59 schrieb Aleix Pol:
>>
>> On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 11:51 AM, Norbert Zawodsky <norbert at zawodsky.at>
>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi everyone!
>>>
>>> I have 2 machines which "should" be identical: Linux: openSUSE Leap 42.2,
>>> Desktop: KDE Frameworks: 5.26.0, Kdevelop: 5.1.0
>>>
>>> Now, if I debug my app, on first machine F10/F11 work as expected.
>>>
>>> On the second machine: In the beginning, on F11 ("step into") kdevelop
>>> complained that F11 was ambigous and that I should check
>>> "Settings->Configure Shortcuts". I removed F11-assignment to Kate and now
>>> F11 works. But F10 ("step over") does nothing. Again I checked the
>>> shortcuts
>>> and it shows me that F10 is uniquely assigned to kdevdebugger->Step Over.
>>> But F10 still does nothing and I ran out of ideas where/how I could
>>> further
>>> investigate this.
>>>
>>> (It is extremely annoying to debug an app using the menu "Run->Step Over"
>>> for every single line of code)
>>
>> It would be very much appreciated if you could look into what's wrong.
>> The feature should work so you are probably hitting a bug. A good
>> first step would be to see the output and see if there's a warning or
>> an error.
>> I assume that you're talking about keys but you checked if you have
>> the same problem if you use the menu entry or the toolbar button...
>>
>> Also please open a bug report about it in bugs.kde.org so we can keep
>> track of the issue.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Aleix
>>
> Hi Aleix,
>
> I would really like to help. But as I wrote, I have no idea where else I
> could look.
>
> Your assumtion is right. As I wrote before, the F10 key does nothing but
> using the menu works.
>
> Googling around I found [kdevelop][Bug 362486] which SOUNDS similar but not
> exactly identical.
>
> If you have any hint how / where I could look deeper into this, I'd really
> like to help.
>
> Regards,
> Norbert
>

Then it's possibly that your F10 shortcut is colliding with another
shortcut (I'm guessing from the text editor component). You can look
into the settings, in the "configure shortcuts" entry and see if
anything else is using F10.

Aleix


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