[Mono-dev] Mono Soft Debugger
revanthedarth at gmail.com
Mon Apr 25 07:41:55 EDT 2011
I'm not sure whether this is a mono or monodevelop issue, sorry if the
mail is mislocated.
I'm working on a Windows project that uses both C++ and C#. It uses C++
as the entry point and C# as a scripting engine. For C# dll files, the
project uses mono. The project is working well so far but now I need to
add debugging support.
I googled about it and here's what I've done so far:
->Created a new and simple C++ and C# projects, C++ uses mono to load C#
->Made a simple addin for MonoDevelop.
If there is no problem in the C++/C# code, when I Run/Debug Application,
the application works as planned, all printfs and Console.WriteLine's
When I make an error in C# code (ie, using a null pointer), the code
works strange. The code works OK until the code I added. Then, the
debugger stops doing this function (the next line is Console.WriteLine
but it doesn't show up on the screen) and continues to do the C++ code
When I add a breakpoint with mono_debugger_insert_breakpoint and run the
project from Visual Studio, it can see the breakpoint at
mono_runtime_invoke. But if I run it from MonoDevelop using Run/Debug
Application, I see a blank console screen. Even the printfs before the
breakpoint isn't shown. I think I have to send a signal to debuggee to
step in or continue, but I couldn't find any tutorials to do so.
I can send the project and addin sources if desired.
Thanks in advance.
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