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Visual Studio Crashes when trying to change a breakpoint (Read 109 times)
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Visual Studio Crashes when trying to change a breakpoint
Aug 26th, 2020 at 1:27pm
 
Hello,

today Ive installed Visual Studio and Visual Micro.
My intention is to get betetr debug functionalitys than the Arduino IDE.

So i tried this wirth the Arduino blink example.

Createt an Breakpoint with an "Actions".

Startet/uploaded the Sketch.
Worked fine...

But when I try to change something at the Actions of the breakpoint Visual Studio Crashes and restart.

The Crash happen when i click the marked part of the picture.

Thank you for your help.
Because the funktionality of visual micro is very nice.
But an crash every time I try to change something is annoying...
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Re: Visual Studio Crashes when trying to change a breakpoint
Reply #1 - Aug 26th, 2020 at 4:53pm
 
Hi

Visual Micro does not have any control or run any code when working with break points. This is 100% visual studio c++.

I recommend ensuring your Visual Studio has all updates applied and if that has been done then running a Visual Studio repair.

If the problem persists then please use the buttons on help>about to post the list of extensions that you currently have installed in the IDE.

Thanks

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