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Cannot set breakpoint

Question asked by Tim Ahrens on Feb 23, 2008
Latest reply on Feb 24, 2008 by Tim Ahrens
Hi folks,
 
I have an initialization routine:
 
gselvp(0);
gsetvp(4,3,50,14);
gselfont(&mono5_8);
 
These are merely function calls into an LCD driver package.  Each of the commands works well
in other parts of the program.
 
In the debugger,  I can set a breakpoint on the 1st or the 2nd function call, but cannot on the 3rd.
 
From what I can see, the compiler has perhaps seen a previous combination of these two calls, and
will go to that combo, rather than the individual ones in my code.
 
Is there an option in the compiler to not do this?  I'd like to do the debugging one function at a time.
 
When it's all done, I could turn off that switch & let it be more efficient.
 
Sometimes the 'help' it's giving is a bit troublesome.

Thanks,

Tim

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