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Re: [cdt-dev] move to line?

Thanks for detailed answer!

On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 11:48 AM,  <kirk.beitz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> "Run To Line" has the effect of (and is probably implemented mostly by)
> a] leaving the instruction pointer where it is
> b] setting a temp breakpoint at the point where "Run to Line" was invoked
> c] performing a continue (a la F8)
> d] removing the temorary breakpoint at the end of the when any event occurs
> i.e. if you run to line and a breakpoint is in the way, that breakpoint will
> be hit.
> "Resume at Line" has the effect of:
> a] setting the register of the instruction pointer to the address at the
> line where invoked
> b] performing a continue (a la F8)
> "Move to Line" is essectially just [a] of "Resume at line" with no continue.
> my sense is the icons were changed because the iconography better represents
> the above distinctions.  notice the "tail" on the "Resume at line" icon,
> indicating movement away, versus the "full stop" at the bottom of the "Move
> to line" icon.
> ++ kirk
> On 2010-Aug-5, at 8:39 AM, ext 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
> confusing.
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