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I have this problem too
one folder in my tree is called vrh2.0
do you think the .0 is doing it?
On Dec 29, 2005, at 12:05 PM, email@hidden wrote:
XCode has started ignoring all of my breakpoints. It just acts like they're not there at all. I even tried starting a new project, and adding all of my class files, etc., and it is still doing it. Anyone come across this, and know of any possible explanations/solutions?
I had a problem with this at one time, but I think Apple fixed the problem. In my case, I was creating a project that was inside a directory (several levels down) called "C:" and somehow this was causing breakpoints set graphically via XCode to be ignored. Breakpoints set via the GDB command line worked. The work around was to rename "C:" to "C" when I wanted to work and back to "C:" when I wanted to use the source code control product that required the C: folder (Borland Star Team).
So, you might try checking to see if you have a folder with a funny name (like contains a colon) or try setting breakpoints via the GDB command line to see if those are ignored.
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