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For a breakpoint, you can configure the following properties:
- Actions to be performed upon hitting a certain breakpoint.
- Suspend policy, which defines whether the application should be suspended upon hitting the breakpoint.
- Dependencies on other breakpoints.
- Conditions defining when a breakpoint is hit.
WebStorm suggests the following way to change the breakpoints properties:
- Using the Breakpoints dialog box, for a breakpoint selected in the list.
- Using breakpoint icon in the left gutter
To configure actions, suspend policy and dependencies of a breakpoint
Do one of the following:
- Right-click a breakpoint in the left gutter, and then click the link More or press Ctrl+Shift+F8.
- Open the Breakpoints dialog box as described on page Accessing Breakpoint Properties and select the desired breakpoint in the list.
- In the Favorites tool window, select the desired breakpoint, and click .
Note that the pop-up window shows less options than the Breakpoints dialog box. To show hidden options, click More.
- Define the actions to be performed by WebStorm on hitting breakpoint:
- To notify about the reaching of a breakpoint with a text message in the debugging console, select
the Log message to console check check box.
This feature lets you obtain information about your running application without having to suspend its execution.
- To set a breakpoint the current one depends on, select it from the Disabled until selected breakpoint hit drop-down list. Once dependency has been set, the current breakpoint is disabled until selected one is hit.
- Enable suspending an application upon reaching a breakpoint by selecting the Suspend check box, and then select one of the option buttons to specify the way a running program will be paused. For more information on the Suspend options, refer to Breakpoints dialog reference.
- To notify about the reaching of a breakpoint with a text message in the debugging console, select the Log message to console check check box.