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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Stepping into a boost::function while debugging
From: Peter Åberg (aberg_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-05-12 07:45:29
Ok, works alright I guess :-)
> Peter ?berg wrote:
> > Does anyone have a tip, suggestions or workaround on how one should do
> > to step into the target function of a boost::function while debugging
> > in VS 2008 (VC9), without wading through the boost::function
> > implementation?
> > I have looked around a bit now and have not found any solution except
> > putting a breakpiont in the target function which may not be practical
> > when one does not know which function it is.
> > I get the feeling one have to wait for MS to add a feature like "step
> > through code I don't want to see". But until then, what do you folks do?
> > Designing with delegates in C++ feels a bit like a show-stopper for me
> > until I can step into a delegate target function without getting lost
> > in a haystack.
> Steven Watanabe wrote:
> I just hit step into until I get to familiar code. There isn't actually
> a lot of code
> to step through when calling a Boost.Function.
> In Christ,
> Steven Watanabe
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