|Eclipse CDT Debug attach usage [message #1772637]
||Wed, 13 September 2017 12:19
| Wendell MacKenzie
Registered: October 2012
We are using Eclipse CDT 9.2.1 local debugger to attach to a running background daemon proc to debug it. Have set a breakpoint in the code and it catches it fine.|
We added the project to the workspace folder in the debug run as configuration setup panel.
When the debugger catches the breakpoint, the main source window is not holding a notification pointer with any indicator (arrow?) to the line of code in the source file being executed. We only see in the stack frame window at the top left where it is and have to open that file to get context.
Is this normal behaviour?
note: If we use the full Eclipse CDT IDE environment and fire the debugger up and attach to the process in question, we *do* get the current line pointer in the source file window as expected.
[Updated on: Thu, 14 September 2017 18:02]
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