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Sometimes it takes a long time to step one instruction in SDBG. Why is this?

 
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2005 2:19 pm    Post subject: Sometimes it takes a long time to step in SDBG Reply with quote

A step of one source line is achieved by placing breakpoints at every line and then running the program. However, if you run at full speed to a breakpoint and then request a line step SDBG will have to first place breakpoits at every executable line. The Windows debugging APIs that control the setting of breakpoints is quite slow and soit can take a short while. You can also see the delay when going from successive steps to a continue.
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