This is an issue with VS2013 shell, not VS2010.
We were required to go to this later shell to support newer releases of Fortran, like 17.0
WHAT SOMETIMES HAPPENS IS THE DEBUGGER IS DOING SOME STUFF IN LA-LA-LAND
after a debugging session. And then when I say "stop" or "restart" I get the "blue circle of death."
Meaning that it crashes after 30 seconds or so, and then I cant do another build, compile or anything else.
I get a message that says "debugger may be unstable." The only way to get back into my project is
to exit from VS2013 and start over.
Now the hangup can sometimes be avoided if when I close the output window I say CONTINUE from the breakpoint, and that stops the debugger.
As you probably know, closing the output window does generate a breakpoint. But if that is not handled properly, the debugger is still
wandering around in La-la land, and that's where the trouble is.
Unfortunately no one takes this seriously, because they say they "cannot duplicate the problem on their system."
So I cant get any help from someone that wants to take a serious look at this issue. Are they just being lazy ?
Their is nothing unusual about my setup, since I am using the most up-to-date INTEL CPU and Windows 10.
Has anyone else seen this issue ?