what happened to "suspend all threads while stepping"?

the button is gone since i don't know when. the default suspend policy is always "all" and can't be reset.

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Hello HamsterofDeath,

the button is gone since i don't know when


It's now always on (if I remember correctly).

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Dmitry Jemerov
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Yes, Dmitry is right - there is no such option anymore and current behaviour is the same as the previous one with the option turned
on.

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"Dmitry Jemerov" <yole@jetbrains.com> wrote in message news:431b0f6623dca8c94b5d2561403c@news.jetbrains.com...

Hello HamsterofDeath,

>
>> the button is gone since i don't know when
>

It's now always on (if I remember correctly).

>

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Dmitry Jemerov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
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"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Excellent. It's always good to see a pointless option removed, particularly when the default for it was incorrect. Now if we could do something about the "compile/build in background" defaults...

--Dave Griffith

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Dave Griffith wrote:

Excellent. It's always good to see a pointless option removed,
particularly when the default for it was incorrect. Now if we could
do something about the "compile/build in background" defaults...


It's not quite pointless. If you're working on GUI code, it's nice if
the event dispatch thread keeps running while you step through another
thread, otherwise it's hard to see if the GUI updates are working as
you'd expect.

I do agree that the default was wrong though.

Daniel

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