Remote Debugging

When trying to remotely debug in 3273, breakpoints are respected, but
stepping to the next line seems to be unpredictable and does not go to
the next statement, but steps out instead. Any else having this problem?

thanks,
adam

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Yes, I'm having this for the last 3 or 4 builds. Pity, I can't reproduce it consistently enough to file a bug report.

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Adam C wrote:

When trying to remotely debug in 3273, breakpoints are respected, but
stepping to the next line seems to be unpredictable and does not go to
the next statement, but steps out instead. Any else having this problem?


I've seen this as well but cannot reliably reproduce it. It seems however
to be related to multithreaded applications because I haven't had this
problem in "simple" applications yet, but it happens a lot when debugging
plugins.

Sascha

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Do you have "suspend all threads when stepping" button on debugger toolbar pressed?

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"Sascha Weinreuter" <sascha.weinreuter@NOSPAM-cit.de> wrote in message news:d2e3t4$gp2$1@is.intellij.net...

Adam C wrote:

>> When trying to remotely debug in 3273, breakpoints are respected, but stepping to the next line seems to be unpredictable and
>> does not go to the next statement, but steps out instead. Any else having this problem?
>

I've seen this as well but cannot reliably reproduce it. It seems however
to be related to multithreaded applications because I haven't had this
problem in "simple" applications yet, but it happens a lot when debugging
plugins.

>

Sascha



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Eugene Zhuravlev (JetBrains) wrote:

Do you have "suspend all threads when stepping" button on debugger toolbar pressed?


Umm, no. I had the idea of doing this to get rid of the problem, but can't tell right
now if I did it and if it had any effect. Will pay more attention next time it happens.

Sascha

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