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  1. Hello to the community. I'm experiencing a problem with Delphi 10.3 Community. I'm studying a project and for some reason, the usual F4 function (run at cursor) is not working. This is not a project written by me, and I thin k that it is because it is in some "release" state, but I have also deleted the release status configuration from the project options, but it insists on this strange behavior. Also, the breakpoints seem not working. I'm quite new to Delphi. Is there anyone who can give me a clue on what to do the make F4 and the usual functions work ? Thanks for any help.
  2. Hallo to all, since 10.4 (and 10.4.1) debugging c++ DLL for x64 Windows S.O. is impossible (for me of course). ALL THE PROJECTS ARE COMPILED FOR X64. If I launch standard debug from Delphi project, the DLL source code (made in c++) is ignored and no breakpoints are used in the DLL. If I launch LLDB debug from c++ DLL (setting the correct host of course), an error like this is generated and the app doesn't start. If you launch the app with or without Delphi debugger all is working. Same situation with remote debugger (via "old style debugger" or paserver). Before LLVM all is working and i can debug DLL c++ code. I miss something or do something wrong ? Attached is a very simple project group to test. Thanks for your attention. Test.zip
  3. Hello all, when I deploy a FMX application to Ubuntu (in this case the "Screenshot" fmx demo) the Delphi 10.4 debugger hangs totally. My Windows and Linux machines are both VMWare VM's. I can see that the freshly compiled executable appears in the home/PAServer/scratch-dir/myname/Screenshot directory. The message log in the Delphi IDE gives a warning "Local file \Redist\libfmux.so not found. Skipping deployment." The executable is not started on the Linux system by PAServer. I am able to start the executable manually, so the executable itself must be OK. But Delphi hangs so thoroughly that I can't debug it. I can only terminate Delphi in the task manager. Am I doing something wrong?
  4. sjordi

    10.3/10.4 Debug iOS?

    Hi, Just tried to debug an iOS app from within the IDE but when launched on the iPhone, all breakpoints are marked as invalid and the app doesn't stop on any of them. Even an empty app with a breakpoint in FormCreate doesn't work.The Events window says Module Load: dyld. No Debug Info. Base Address: $0000000104D8C000. Process Project1 (1774) Module Load: Project1. Has Debug Info. Base Address: $0000000102D34000. Process Project1 (1774) No Debug Info for dyld... Am I missing something? Thanks for any clue. (I'm in Debug mode of course, not Release) Xcode 11.5 and iOS SDK 13.5
  5. Today was my first attempt to actually use these, but that ended once I placed a Breakpoint on one. Perhaps not news to others.. program Project1; {$APPTYPE CONSOLE} {$R *.res} uses System.SysUtils; {$INLINE OFF} function NewBytes:TBytes; begin SetLength(Result, 10); end; begin try /// <summary> /// F9 from the Breakpoint will repeat 3 times, once for each Inline Variable /// Uncomment the others to prove my point /// </summary> /// <remarks> /// You can also try F7 or F8 /// </remarks> var Eins := NewBytes; // << Breakpoint var Zwei := NewBytes; var Drei := NewBytes; // var NochEins := NewBytes; // var NochZwei := NewBytes; // var NochDrei := NewBytes; writeln('Something Happened!'); except on E: Exception do Writeln(E.ClassName, ': ', E.Message); end; end.
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