[Eric] Debug mode & Breakpoints

Larry Shaffer larrys at dakotacarto.com
Thu Feb 25 18:46:22 GMT 2010

Hi Rui,

Are you setting the breakpoints on empty lines? I noticed they seem to get
skipped when I do that. If not, can you step to the same line the 'skipped'
breakpoints are on from a previous, working breakpoint?

Do you have example code you can share that exhibits the problem?


> From: "NARCISO, Rui" <RUI.NARCISO at airbus.com>
> Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 14:53:26 +0100
> To: "Eric (E-mail)" <eric at riverbankcomputing.com>
> Subject: [Eric] Debug mode & Breakpoints
> Hi all
> I have what I think is a problem(with eric4.4.1)  that  I'll try to explain.
> When I run my scripts/project in debug mode (F5 or Shift+F5) setting some
> breakpoints (on places I'm sure that they should break the code) they
> sometimes are ignored by Eric, ie, the debugger simply doesn't stop and
> continues as if nothing happened.
> Has anyone witnessed this behaviour?
> Can this come from sort of configuration ?
> Thanks and sorry for this very "theoretical" problem.
> Rui
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