Click-and-Go Breakpoints?

Hi,

One debugger I remember from the dim dark pasts of my past had a feature I found very useful: You could, while stopped in the debugger and by using a particular keyboard modifier, click in the margin and in one act, set a temporary breakpoint (one that is removed or disabled as soon as it's triggered) and resume execution.

Does the IDEA 6 debugger have such a feature?

Thanks.

Randall Schulz

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Hello Randall,

RS> One debugger I remember from the dim dark pasts of my past had a
RS> feature I found very useful: You could, while stopped in the
RS> debugger and by using a particular keyboard modifier, click in the
RS> margin and in one act, set a temporary breakpoint (one that is
RS> removed or disabled as soon as it's triggered) and resume execution.
RS>
RS> Does the IDEA 6 debugger have such a feature?

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OK. That's better than nothing, but it still requires both a click and a keystroke. It would be better if I could, e.g., CTRL-click in the margin to both set the temporary breakpoint and resume execution.

RRS

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