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13. The debugger
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To help you optimize your code, a debugger is supplied with WINDEV.
The debugger allows you to run your applications step by step, by viewing the WLanguage code run, the content of variables, ...
Debugging the current project
1. Using a breakpoint, placed in the code editor.
The debugger will be automatically started when the line preceded by a breakpoint is run.
To insert a breakpoint, all you have to do is click in front of the code line: a red bullet appears.
2. Using the STOP keyword in the WLanguage code
The debugger will be automatically started when this code line is run.
3. Using the "Trace the project" option
The debugger is started when the application test is run. The "Trace the project" option is available on the "Project" pane, by expanding "Test mode".
4. Pressing Ctrl + Pause during the window or project test
The debugger starts with the action performed after using Ctrl + Pause.
Debugging an executable
WINDEV also allows you to debug the executable associated with the current project in WINDEV. This executable can:
  • be run from WINDEV, on the development computer.
  • be currently run on the development computer.
  • be run from WINDEV, on a remote computer.
  • be currently run on a remote computer.
Debugging a component
A component is debugged from the component project. You can:
  • Run the component test from the component project.
  • Run the component test by running another project found on the development computer. This allows you to run the test of the component from the project that is using it.
  • Run the component test by running an executable found on the development computer. This allows you to run the test of the component from the executable that is using it.
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Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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