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, RubyMine 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
If this checkbox is selected, RubyMine activates the Debug tool window on hitting a breakpoint.
Hide debug window on process termination
Automatically hide the Debug tool 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.
Click line number to perform run to cursor
If this checkbox is selected, you can click a line number in the editor to run program execution to this line.
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
Debug connection timeout (s)
Specify here the debug connection timeout in seconds.
Verbose debugger output
Select this checkbox to turn the verbose debugger output on.
|This option enables you to improve the debugging speed and to track time and memory limit during debugging. |
If this option is unselected, each object is traced. Compare:
By default, this checkbox is selected.
Attach to sub-processes automatically while debugging
Select this checkbox to enable multi-process debugging.
Read frames of non-suspended threads (not supported for Ruby 2.0)
Select this checkbox to be able to view frames of threads not paused by current breakpoint event.
Ignore non-project sources
|Select this checkbox to automatically skip the external libraries code and keep the focus on your own code. |
RubyMine will not stop at any non-project code no matter what stepping command is used. This option also prevents opening external files in the editor tabs while debugging.