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CW10.4 breakpoints not working...?

Question asked by Keith Lueck on Jul 2, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 3, 2013 by Keith Lueck

I'm using CW10.4 on WinXP.  I have a project that uses a K10 72 MHz variant.  When I initiate a debug session, I can set a breakpoint, and it will work *once*.  After that, it seems to be ignored - even though the symbol and checkmark in the margin of the editor window remain.  I'm debugging the code in flash, so, I'm using a hardware breakpoint.  I only have one set (I know the limit is 4).  The connection to the system is a P&E multilink universal USB.  Does anyone have any ideas?

 

This may or may not be related to the above problem, but, I notice that when I add global variables to the variable window, they are disabled by default.  When I right click on one them, the "enable" checkbox is checked, and when I *un-check* it, the variable appears!  Just the opposite of the behavior I'd expect...

 

All of these things seemed to work fine on my previous project using a K40 processor and CW10.1.  Maybe these are issues with the K10...?

 

Thanks,

 

Keith

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