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Re: [cdt-dev] move to line?

Move to line moves the PC to a line and execution remains suspended there.

Resume at line moves the PC to a line and execution resumes there.

The latter is a gdb-ish thing I've always found a little strange. I guess some developers do that often enough that saving an extra step was worth a dedicated command.


At 10:39 AM 8/5/2010, Alena Laskavaia wrote:
Debugger. I have a question from customer for which I don't know the answer.
"Move To Line" has been inserted (cdt 6.0) between the old "Run To
Line" and "Resume At Line".

What is the different between them?

This new entry has the same icon that the old "Resume At Line" used to have,
and "Resume At Line" has a new icon.  This use/change of iconography is a bit
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