|Failed to execute MI command: -data-evaluate-expression [message #1851848]
||Tue, 19 April 2022 23:33
| Gleb Plekhotko
Registered: April 2022
I hope somebody could give me a hand in resolving the following issue.
I have a C project which is managed by a Ceedling build system. I have "integrated" it into Eclipse simply by replacing build commands in the "C/C++ Build" project's properties. It works perfectly.
Debugging also works fine, but there are two nasty issues:
1) I have a variable and I want to peek its raw representation in the memory. So I execute "View memory" command in the "Variables" view. In general, it works fine, but in the "Debug" some "Thread #2" becomes active. I can return back to the "Thread #1" which really contains code under debug, but what is that? And why does switch over occurs? (See screenshots "viewMemory.png" and "debug.png")
2) When I highlight a nested structure member in the "Variables" view I get the following message: "Failed to execute MI command: -data-evaluate-expression (testPayload).id Error message from debugger back end: There is no member named id.". Why does it happen? (See "highlight.png")
These are not critical issues, but I'm still curious about the root cause of both.
Thanks in advance for any clues!
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