On Tue, 30 Sep 2008 12:13:56 +0200, "Mikael Nordin"
Hello friends! This is my first post to this list, so
I searched through the archives prior to posting (and
crazy ;-), but if this particular problem has been discussed
previously, and I missed it, I am sorry.
I am trying to get the GeanyDebug plugin to work on my Ubuntu Hardy
box with Geany 0.14. My problem is that when I try to set a
breakpoint, either specifying a function name or source file line
number I get the error message:
"No source file named /path/to/my/source/file.cpp"
Hmm, it works fine here.
The simplest way is probably to open the appropriate source file in
Geany, place the cursor at the function or the source code line where
you want to add a break point, and then click on the 'Breaks' button of
the debug plugin. The first time, this opens a dialog to directly add a
new breakpoint where the filename and the correct position is already
filled. You just need to click OK.
When adding additional breakpoints, you simply place the cursor again
on the appropriate source code line, click on 'Breaks' and then in the
opened dialog you click on 'Add' and then you can add it.
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