|Debugger is not stopping at breakpoints [message #1753700]
||Thu, 09 February 2017 06:22
| Bilal Bhutta
Registered: February 2017
I am a new user of the most recent Eclipse Neon installation in Ubuntu 16.04 (using xfce4 desktop). I have a lot of experience with the Visual FORTRAN and Visual Studio setup in Windows, but I am very new to the Eclipse+FORTRAN combination in Ubuntu. In trying out the debug environment, I see that the program never breaks at the breakpoint I have set in a simple 4-line Hello-World FORTRAN program. The release version runs fine (for this Hello-World as well as my larger flow simulation code), except the debugger version does not stop at the set breakpoint(s). I have used both mpif90 and fort90 compiler commands with -g option, and both have the same issue in the debug mode.
As a side, the corresponding ddd debugger does stop at breakpoints, but it is not as user-friendly as the Eclipse interface.
Maybe it is a simple setup issue, but I have done a lot of searching and have not found anyone reporting on any breakpoint issues. I will appreciate any help or enlightenment on this problem.
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