I get this displayed in the dropdown. How do I only select one ? I have solution with a different console apps, as a result it seems to break debugging. The apps launch but don’t hit any breakpoints. If I create a new solution with just the one target, as also shown the debugging is fine.
I’d need a bit more details.
what are the project types and what are the servers that are selected? This would happen if you, say, have a Linux, Windows, and Mac app, and the first two are both connected to a Linux and Windows PC remotely, for instance. Each individual project/target is still set to one specific server/device, and running should use that, this should not affect debugging.
I have a linux console, a toffee mac console, darwin mac console, .net console, an ios app and a shared project. The console apps are all using eunit. In the console apps, after settting a breakpoint and running. I can see the tests running and the breakpoint changes to a grey color and never stops. When its finishes the breakpoint goes back to a blue color.
Gray means either the breakpoint is disabled or Stop on Breakpoints is turned off? There should be a message on that line, too.
It says all breakpoints are disabled. I have stop on exceptions set and when it stopped, it says breakpoint not resolved.
Yes sorry I have stop on breakpoints turned off Would it be possible to display the grey color all the time ?
;). it should literally say this right in the editor.
You mean even while not running? i’ll think about it…