[MonoDevelop] Can't find assembly view
Lluis Sanchez Gual
slluis.devel at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 05:38:10 EST 2010
El dg 07 de 11 de 2010 a les 18:56 -0800, en/na okonomi va escriure:
> I know the view exists because I have seen it in debugger screenshots on the
> mono site
> but for the life of me I can't seem to figure out where it is. The
> description is very clear in stating "disassembly view, mixed with source
> code view when available" but I don't know what "when available" means or
> what I need to do to make it available.
> I am currently getting all kinds of weird results with SIMD types and I'd
> really love to look at the generated code to see what the mono compiler
> thinks it is doing. From the documentation, it seems the hard debugger
> (mdb) has a dis command that I may be able to use, but I was hoping I could
> do something from the Monodevelop GUI. Seems like changing the preferred
> debugger in options doesn't help.
The disassembly view is currently only supported by the hard debugger
(MDB). To try it, change the preferred debugger in the MonoDevelop
preferences, or run your application using "Run With -> Mono Debugger".
Once you are stopped in a breakpoint you can see the disassembly using
the View->Show Disassembly command.
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