[MonoDevelop] Break only on unhandled exceptions

thenextman rmarkiewicz at devolutions.net
Tue Nov 20 16:38:20 UTC 2012

slluis.devel wrote
> If you don't want the debugger to stop on handled exceptions, then don't
> select the exceptions in the Exceptions dialog. The debugger will always
> stop in unhandled exceptions (since they imply a termination of the
> process), no matter what you select in that dialog.

Thank you. I just tried a simple example, and of course, you are right.

I'm working in a relatively complex MonoMac application, and this is not
always the behaviour I get though. Often I hit an unhandled (managed)
exception, and the app just dies.

But I guess this behaviour is specific to something in my application, 
since a trivial example behaves as described. I will see if I can figure out
a repro.

Thanks again.

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