Using Break Info window

When execution of your program stops in break mode the Break Info window appears. The Break Info window displays list of the breakpoints and watchpoints, which caused processes of the program to stop.

To view line of source code containing some breakpoint or watchpoint select this breakpoint or watchpoint and click Go to. If the file containing the line of source is already open the window displaying this file receives focus and text cursor is positioned before the first character in the line.

To view more detailed information about some breakpoint or watchpoint select it from the list and click Details. The Details dialog has two fields - watch field and cursors pane. The watch field displays either values of the watchpoint expression, if the dialog displays details of a watchpoint, or the string "Undefined", if the dialog displays details of a breakpoint. The cursors pane displays the processes, which stopped at this breakpoint or watchpoint, and the cursors, to which these processes belong. If some process stopped at the breakpoint or watchpoint doesn't satisfy the current Watch window network filter condition, then the spreadsheet field doesn't display information for this process. However, if no process of these stopped at the breakpoint or watchpoint satisfy the current Watch window network filter condition then the watch field displays information for all of these processes. The processes displayed in the cursors pane satisfy the similar rule but instead of Watch window network filter the Debug cursors window network filter is used. For more information about network filters consult Setting Network Filter. For a watchpoint the watch field displays values of watchpoint expression on the processes, which stopped at this watchpoint.

NOTE: If only one unconditional breakpoint stops the program execution, the Break Info window doesn't appear.