In a previous post I explained that my Sys Admin installed Juno with Photran which had bugs in the debugger so I had him reinstall Indigo. Unfortunately, it appears that Juno somehow got the PTP options into a different C++ project which I opened in Juno. Now, whenever I try to create a breakpoint, I get a "Global" breakpoint (that is apparently part of PTP) and the debugger won't stop at the breakpoint
I brought up my Preferences and see a Parallel Tools category and the page has an error at the top saying "Invalid Directory" and only has options for "Program output directory". If I try to select any other category of preferences or sub-category of Parallel Tools, I get an error stating "The currently displayed page contains invalid values"
Is there a way to remove the PTP information from my C++ project in Indigo?