[MonoDevelop] set execution line in monodevelop debugger interface?
cloredon42 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 12 19:30:42 UTC 2014
My apologies if this is has been asked and answered; I searched without
getting any joy.
Does the soft debugger support manually changing the current execution
point, and if so, is it exposed in the monodevelop debugger UI in some way?
I'm not having any luck finding that.
What I mean by this, is the managed-code equivalent of setting the
instruction pointer when at a breakpoint, to cause the debugger to execute
from a different spot than it is currently (e.g. you suddenly realize you've
just gone past the spot where a bug changed the state erroneously, but
circumstances are such that if you could just rerun that function call
again, and step in, instead of stepping over, you could figure things out).
I know that just because .NET / Visual Studio does it, doesn't mean it makes
sense in the context of Mono / monodevelop; I'm just asking the question.
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