In this section:
|Item||Tooltip and shortcut||Description|
|Click to show the list of available breakpoint types. Select the desired type to create a new breakpoint.|
|Remove Breakpoint||Click this button to remove selected breakpoints.|
|Group by File||Click this button to display breakpoints under their respective files, rather than under their types:|
The controls of this part of the Breakpoints dialog depend on the type of the selected breakpoint.
|Option||Description||Types of breakpoints|
|Suspend||Select this check box to suspend program when a breakpoint is hit. If the check box is not selected, the program is not suspended.||All types|
|Condition|| Select this check box and specify a condition for hitting a breakpoint in the text field. |
A condition is a Boolean expression.
This expression should be valid at the line where the breakpoint is set, and is evaluated every time the breakpoint is reached. If the evaluation result is
If the result is
To the right of the Condition field, there is the button (Shift+Enter) that opens the multiline editor.
|Log message to console||Select this check box if you want a log message to be displayed in the console output when the breakpoint is hit.||All types|
|Evaluate and log||Select this check box if you wish to evaluate a certain expression at this breakpoint and to export result to the console output. |
To the right of this field, there is the button (Shift+Enter) that opens the multiline editor.
If the expression to be evaluated is incorrect when a particular breakpoint is reached, the console output displays an error message:
|Remove once hit||Select this check box, if the you want the breakpoint to be deleted after hitting it.||All types|
|Disabled until selected breakpoint is hit||From the drop-down list, select the breakpoint in question. The option None corresponds to the always enabled breakpoint. |
Besides that, you can also choose the behavior of this breakpoint, when the selected one is hit:
Speed search of a breakpoint
To find a particular breakpoint
- Start typing address or description of the target breakpoint:
CLion highlights the line with the matching address or description.