F10 in debugger

Norbert Zawodsky norbert at zawodsky.at
Fri Mar 31 08:07:56 UTC 2017


Am 2017-03-31 um 03:33 schrieb Aleix Pol:
> 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
>
As I wrote in my first post:

... I checked "Settings->Configure Shortcuts" and it shows me that F10 
is uniquely assigned to "kdevdebugger->Step Over"

Norbert



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