After upgrading to version 11.1.1, breakpoints are no longer shown in the gutter of the editor (i.e. on the line number)
I have verified that this is turned on via Preferences->General->Test Editors->Annotations
The breakpoint gets created, but no breakpoints showup in the gutter.
Is there another setting controlling this?
MCUXpressor 11.1.1/ OSX 10.14
After trying to figure this out for a while here is what I know. This is NOT limited to a single file file. It happens randomly to different open source files and it affects ANY icon in the gutter. Breakpoints, warning icons, error icons, anything and everything. Closing and reopening the source file fixes it.
It remains unexplained and first showed up in version 11.1 (i did not ever try 11.0). It is clearly a regression in the IDE and remains unsolved.
ugggg, ok, now after quiting and relaunching it is working.....
You know, I like some of the improvements in 11.1 (especially in the area of registers window) but **bleep** I seem to have a whole lot more of these little annoying here then gone issues versus using 10.2...... No don't answer that, just ranting......
OK this is limited to a specific file I sam having other troubles with. see this thread for reference: https://community.nxp.com/t5/MCUXpresso-IDE/FreeRTOS-tasks-c-file-not-indexing/m-p/1175874#M6290
Hi @alannilsson ,
is this specific file the tasks.c of FreeRTOS? I don't think it is related to the indexer, but you could give a try to possible solution I have posted in https://community.nxp.com/t5/MCUXpresso-IDE/FreeRTOS-tasks-c-file-not-indexing/m-p/1175874#M6290
which is explained in https://mcuoneclipse.com/2020/10/31/freertos-and-eclipse-indexer-for-5k-lines-source-files/ ?
I hope this helps,
Interestingly they do show up in the gutter of the disassembly window.... just not the source code editor...
Interesting, never seen something like this. It might indeed be related to the indexer issue, but I think these functions are not connected.
So it might be a Mac OS issue (I'm on Win10). Or it could be a memory/heap issue. I recommend:
- try it with a fresh/new workspace and only your project in that workspace
- close any unnecessary projects
- monitor the heap status (https://mcuoneclipse.com/2013/11/04/show-heap-status-in-eclipse/)
Do you have another file with the same name in the workspace? I have sometimes seen the indexer get confused.
Try closing all other projects in the workspace, then clean, clear the index, delete all launch configs, and then build and debug.