endless "collecting data" in the debugger?

Before I open a bug ticket I want to make sure I'm just not missing something.

Debugging a pretty simple (so far) project using GDB to debug (LLDB fails with an invalid hostname 'localhost' error but thats another story.....i also get a timeout with LLDB in xcode).    After stepping over a few lines of code and trying to view some variables all I end up getting is a bunch of 'collecting data' messages in for each of the variables.   They end up coming up with memory addresses after awhile (30 seconds to a minute) but if I try to expand anything further I get more collecting data messages.  I'm assuming this isnt supposed to be happening ;)

iOS 5 on the iphone simulator.

Thanks,

Jason

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So I found out the issue with LLDB.   Bogus entry for localhost in my /etc/hosts file.   Now LLDB works in both XCode and AppCode.  Interestingly the collecting data problem doesnt happen with LLDB inside of AppCode.  Only GDB.

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Jason,

please add the following lines to /Application/AppCode/bin/log.xml:


<log4j>
  ...
  <category name="#com.jetbrains.cidr.execution.debugger">
    <priority value="DEBUG"/>
    <appender-ref ref="CONSOLE-DEBUG"/>
  </category>

  <root>...
</log4j>


Try to reproduce the issue with and attach the logs (Help->Reveal Log in Finder)

Thanks,
Anton Makeev
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Anton...

Thanks for the response.  The logs are attached.  Looks like the log rotated during my test.   All relevant lines are for today (27th).

Thanks,

Jason



Attachment(s):
idea.log.1.zip
idea.log.zip
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Jason,

the situation with GDB is not clear. How often does this problem reproduces? Does it happen on a device?
Is it possible to send us a sample project that has such a problem?

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I have not tried it on my iPhone.  I will do that later this evening.   It is reproducible every time.   I can zip up and send you the xcode project if you'd like.   There isn't much there yet as I just started working on this app.

Thanks,

Jason

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Same thing happens on my iPhone 4.  I can send you a zip of the project.  Should I attach it here or create a bug for this?

Thanks,

Jason

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That's great!
The separate issue would be better (it won't be lost) and you can set visibility of your attachment so only our team can see it.

Thanks,
Anton Makeev

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Sorry for the delay.   I opened up an issue, OC-2544, and attached the xcode project to it.

Thanks!

Jason

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I'm getting this as well. Is there a resolution for this? I'm on 2.5. I've just started using AppCode again. I dont remember this happening on 2.1.

Thanks!

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Please follow the steps described in the last comment for http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/OC-2544 . Does tempopary disabing of renderers help?

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