Setting Breakpoints in the Source or Assembler Window

In the Source and Assembler window, you can set breakpoints at each line of your high-level code that contains debug information. These lines are indicated by a blue dot preceding them.

To set a breakpoint in the Source or Assembler window

  1. Right-click the desired line.

    The context menu appears.

  2. Select Create Breakpoint.

    The Create Breakpoint dialog box is opened where you can specify the breakpoint's settings.

  3. Click Apply or OK in the dialog box to set the breakpoint.
  4. Alternatively you can also double-click a blue dot in the window to directly set a breakpoint at that line.

Active breakpoints are displayed with a red breakpoint icon: .

To delete a breakpoint

Open the context menu of the Source or Assembler window and select Delete Breakpoint.

Alternatively, you can also double-click the breakpoint icon in the window.

To disable a breakpoint

Open the context menu of the Source or Assembler window and select Disable Breakpoint.

Disabled breakpoints are displayed with a pale breakpoint icon:

For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.