I'm using CW10.2 on a Windows 7 64-bit machine
At some point, I had a View in my Debugger that showed me a Callstack. It was called something else and I can't seem to remember what it was called.
Does anyone know. I really miss it...
Inside of Eclipse you usually see the call stack in the Debug View
Yes, that's correct, but I closed that window at some point and can't remember what it was called.
In order to re-open it:
- Select Window > Show View > Other.
- Expand the Debug tree
- Click on Debug.
Yes, that didn't do it. The Debug Perspective USED to have the Callstack VIEW. Only it wasn't called Callstack, it was called something else that I can't remember.
Resetting my Debug Perspective doesn't help because I've saved the Debug perspective after I closed the Callstack view. Hindsight makes me really wish I hadn't done that, but it should be easy to get the Callstack back if I only knew what it was called.
I have no clue which view you are talking about here.
I am always getting the Call stack inside the Debug View.
Did you consider creating a new Workspace and importing your project there?
This should allow you to return back to the default layout for the debug perspective.
To create a new workspace, select File > Switch Workspace > Other and browse for a new workspace location.
This way you should be able at least to retrieve the name of the view you are looking for.
CrasyCat, you were right all along. I was getting something confused.
Please accept my sincere apologies.
No problem. I am glad you get up and running again.
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