7.4. Using the Break/Tracepoints view

Select View → Break/Tracepoints from the Code window main menu to open the Break/Tracepoints view. Figure 7.2 shows an example:

Figure 7.2. OS (RSD) breakpoints in the Break/Tracepoints view

OS (RSD) breakpoints in the Break/Tracepoints view

Use this view to see the current breakpoints, or to enable, or disable, a chosen breakpoint. Breakpoints are marked using color-coded icons in the same way as in the Disassembly tab and a source file tab. You can also use this view to edit breakpoints using the Edit Breakpoint dialog box.

The Break/Tracepoints view shows details about each breakpoint you set. What is shown depends on whether you are working in RSD or HSD mode. Figure 7.2 shows that three breakpoints are set in RSD mode. Here, two thread breakpoints are active on background threads, and a system breakpoint is active on the current thread. Figure 7.3 shows three breakpoints are set in HSD mode. Here, the extra breakpoint details (available in RSD) are not included in the Break/Tracepoints view.

Figure 7.3. OS (HSD) breakpoints in the Break/Tracepoints view

OS (HSD) breakpoints in the Break/Tracepoints view

In these examples, the Break/Tracepoints view is floating and so the view title bar reflects the title bar of the calling Code window. Figure 7.2 and Figure 7.3 show that the Code window is unattached. In this case, the Code window displays the current thread.

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