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Toggle breakpoint in Bebug problem

Toggle breakpoint in Bebug problem

Toggle breakpoint in Bebug problem

I have a set of classes where I can't put a breakPoint.

If I right click and Toggle breakpoint (in edit mode), the red dot appear. The red dot also appear if I click in the margin. I run the program and it does'n stop to the breakpoint. If I put 'suspend' on a line, the program will stop. I can open the debug window and if I try to toggle an other point in the method, fox won't let me. It's not working.
I know I can put 'suspend' keyword all around to stop the execution, but it's a regression to the foxbase time. I deleted all FXP and clean the classlib but I stil have the same problem.

I'm using VFP 7.0

Thanx in advance

RE: Toggle breakpoint in Bebug problem

I believe that a guy in our local FoxPro users group mentioned that while VFP 7 was really good for a first release, there were a lot of bugs in the debugger.  I suspect this is one of them.  You'll probably have to wait till the first service pack to get it straightened out.  Meanwhile you might want to check MicroSoft's website to see if this is a reported bug and what they suggest you do as a work-around.

Dave Dardinger

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