I'm using Webstorm 2017.1 and am no longer able to debug node.js application. The behaviour is that the application breezes past breakpoints and completes as if no breakpoints were created.
When webstorm runs the app, it passes `--inspect-brk` to the node application, eg:
`/usr/local/bin/node --inspect-brk=50377 /Users/me/path/to/somescript.js`
I then get this ouput in my webstorm console:
Debugger listening on ws://127.0.0.1:50377/447aee21-4919-4044-a5ac-9bd1651abe54
For help, see: https://nodejs.org/en/docs/inspector
THIS IS OUTPUT FROM THE APP - THE APP IS STARTING
Waiting for the debugger to disconnect...
THIS IS OUTPUT FROM THE APP - THE APP IS RUNNING
THIS IS OUTPUT FROM THE APP - THE APP IS FINISHED AND IS CLOSING
Process finished with exit code 0
I believe `inspect-brk` is the correct param for webstorm to use for Node 11, and it appears to be using it correctly... Any ideas???