Use this page to configure behavior of the Debugger and customize its view.
Focus application on breakpoint
If this checkbox is selected, on hitting a breakpoint, JetBrains Rider will show the location of this breakpoint in the editor and will attempt to bring its frame to the front.
Show debug window on breakpoint
Is this checkbox is selected, JetBrains Rider activates the Debug window on hitting a breakpoint.
Hide debug window on process termination
Automatically hide the Debug window when the debugged program terminates.
Scroll execution point to center
If this checkbox is selected, the line with the current execution point will be kept in the middle of the screen.
| Select how you want to remove breakpoints: |
You can also choose whether you want a confirmation dialog to be displayed when you are about to remove a conditional or a logging breakpoint
Allow property evaluations and other implicit function calls
Enables automatic evaluation of properties and implicit function calls in the Debug window.
Automatically refresh watches on debugger pause
Defines the timeout, after which a method call is aborted.
Ask for location of missing source files
Show variables fully qualified type names
Flatten hierarchy of object members presentation
Break on user-unhandled exceptions (.NET/.NET Core only)
Select this option to break and debug unhandled exceptions.
Process exceptions outside of my code (.NET/.NET Core only)
Break on unhandled exceptions
Disable JIT optimization on module load (.NET/.NET Core only)
This option (which is on by default) suppresses optimization made by the just-in-time (JIT) compiler. This means that the non-optimized code will be executed slower but it will match the source code.
Enable external source debug (.NET/.NET Core only)
Enables automatic decompilation and debugging of external code.
Enable breakpoint suggestion on mouse hover
Show hex value for integers
Show return values
Enable Edit And Continue (.NET/.NET Core only)
When this option is on, you can edit your code and continue debugging without restarting.
There are cases when modifying the code is not possible and a restart is required. These include changing signatures, modifying generic functions, renamings of any kind, and some more. If this happens JetBrains Rider will make you aware by showing a tooltip.
Allow typing during debug
Current JIT debugger
This set of options lets you configure the default just-in-time (JIT) debugger for your system. You can see the current JIT debuggers for 32 bit and 64 bit process and use the buttons to set JetBrains Rider as the default debugger or restore the one which was set default previously.
When JetBrains Rider is set as the default JIT debugger and a process calls
Use this spin box to specify the port on which the built-in web server runs. By default this port is set to port 63342 through which JetBrains Rider accepts connections from services. You can set the port number to any other value starting with 1024 and higher.
Can accept external connections
If this checkbox is selected, then the files on the built-in server running on the specified port are accessible from another computer.
Allow unsigned requests
| For security reasons, any request to a page on the built-in server from outside JetBrains Rider is by default rejected and the following authorization popup is displayed: To access the requested page, click Copy authorization URL to clipboard and paste the generated token in the address bar of the browser. |
However this behaviour may be annoying, for example, it may block your debugging session if manual intervention is impossible. To suppress displaying the authorization popup, select the Allow unsigned requests checkbox.