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Strange behaviour of sdbg64 8.50: cannot set breakpoints ...

 
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DietmarSiepmann



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PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2019 1:56 pm    Post subject: Strange behaviour of sdbg64 8.50: cannot set breakpoints ... Reply with quote

When debugging the following program I observed some obscurities with respect to sdbg64 one of which is that I cannot set any breakpoint.

Program name: test_clearwin_info.for
Code:


      INCLUDE <WINDOWS.INS>
      integer*2 IRXSCR0,IRXSCR1
      IRXSCR0=CLEARWIN_INFO@('SCREEN_WIDTH')
      IRXSCR1=CLEARWIN_INFO@('SCREEN_DEPTH')
      write(*,*) 'IRXSCR0=',IRXSCR0,'IRXSCR1',IRXSCR1
      end

Build comand: ftn95 test_clearwin_info.for /64 /debug /link

Debugging the executable built with the command mentioned above via sdbg64 8.50 results in following obscurities:
    Source file test_clearwin_info.for is not shown
    Entering CTRL-G + character "4" makes the debugger show the source file
    Trying to set a breakpoint via F2 in line 3,4,5 results in error message "This line cannot be breakpointed"
    Having selected menu Window, submenu Common Block makes sdbg64 hang


Using sdbg64 8.40 instead of 8.50 the source window is shown and I can set breakpoints in the lines mentioned above. However, the Common Block submenu behaves strange as described above. Moreove I observed that the Common Block submenu does not appear in the Window menu of the 32 bit version of sdbg (8.40 and 8.50).

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Dietmar
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