Get a printout of the calling stack

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Hi.

Is there a way to get the calling stack while in a breakpoint?

I want a textual version that I can copy and paste somewhere, I know about
IJ debugging and navigating the calling stack.

Thanks,
Amnon


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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Hi.

Is there a way to get the calling stack while in a breakpoint?

I want a textual version that I can copy and paste somewhere, I know about
IJ debugging and navigating the calling stack.

Thanks,
Amnon

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1. Yielded an empty file.
2. I want the same info that you can see in the Frame tab 1st selection box
(the execution frames / call stack), not the second (threads).

Amnon

"Nathan Brown" <nedski@yNaOhSoPo.cAoMm> wrote in message
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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Hi.

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Is there a way to get the calling stack while in a breakpoint?

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I want a textual version that I can copy and paste somewhere, I know

about

IJ debugging and navigating the calling stack.

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Thanks,
Amnon

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1. Sounds like a bug to me :)
2. Try switching to the Threads tab, selecting all the child nodes for
the thread you've broken on, press Ctrl+C and paste into notepad.

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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

1. Yielded an empty file.
2. I want the same info that you can see in the Frame tab 1st selection box
(the execution frames / call stack), not the second (threads).

Amnon

"Nathan Brown" <nedski@yNaOhSoPo.cAoMm> wrote in message
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>>N.
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>>Amnon I. Govrin wrote:
>>
>>>Hi.
>>>
>>>Is there a way to get the calling stack while in a breakpoint?
>>>
>>>I want a textual version that I can copy and paste somewhere, I know


about

>>>IJ debugging and navigating the calling stack.
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Amnon
>>>
>>>


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1. http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=33929 (Marked as
fixed, added a comment)
2. That worked. Would other people like a button next to the selection box
that will do that in a more direct way?

Thanks for your help,
Amnon

"Nathan Brown" <nedski@yNaOhSoPo.cAoMm> wrote in message
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1. Sounds like a bug to me :)
2. Try switching to the Threads tab, selecting all the child nodes for
the thread you've broken on, press Ctrl+C and paste into notepad.

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Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

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1. Yielded an empty file.
2. I want the same info that you can see in the Frame tab 1st selection

box

(the execution frames / call stack), not the second (threads).

>

Amnon

>

"Nathan Brown" <nedski@yNaOhSoPo.cAoMm> wrote in message
news:cb769r$v8l$1@is.intellij.net...

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>>Run|Export Threads?
>>
>>N.
>>
>>Amnon I. Govrin wrote:
>>
>>>Hi.
>>>
>>>Is there a way to get the calling stack while in a breakpoint?
>>>
>>>I want a textual version that I can copy and paste somewhere, I know
>

about

>
>>>IJ debugging and navigating the calling stack.
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Amnon
>>>
>>>
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>



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The Threads view does contain the information that you can find in the Async stack trace (which is exactly what I want to have in my current situation: things being done in different orders because the same code is sometimes called directly and sometimes routed through SwingUtilities.invokeLater, and I have to check whether the two stack traces are semantically equivalent or not).

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