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What is difference in debugging in debug mode and release mode with disabled optimization?
There's very little magic to it. Debug and Release are simply names assigned to a set of compiler options. The most relevant option for the Debug configuration is the /Od option, it disables the optimizer so your code is easier to debug. Clearly you can always change the Release configuration options to resemble the Debug configuration options. Like disabling the optimizer. Now there's no relevant difference anymore between them and the Release configuration behaves a lot like the Debug configuration in the debugger. Other options normally used in the Debug configuration that affects your code: the _DEBUG macro is defined, asserts will fire function inlining is turned off the /RTC option is turned on, very good at catching bugs in your code the _HAS_ITERATOR_DEBUGGING macro is defi

Categories : Visual Studio

Qt Application shows build error in Debug mode, OK in release mode
When you installed qt, did you configure it to install static debug libraries also. If not then try reconfiguring and reinstalling it. In windows, I think you installed from a preconfigured, precompiled binary that may not have static debug support. Try downloading the source and then configure and compile it according to your needs

Categories : Qt

Release mode Vs DEbug mode in MS Visual Studio Windows
when the shared library/dll is built in Release mode and my application is also built in Debug mode Result: Application is getting crashed without loading any symbols from call stack. That's because this is not a supported configuration. By default, the Debug and Release targets link to different versions of the CRT, which (among other things) use different strategies for allocating memory and are not compatible with one another. This is just an extension of the more general rule that you aren't supposed to mix libraries that link to different versions of the CRT. All of the projects need to match. And as you've already seen, when they do, everything works correctly. There are workarounds for this, but they're a lot of work to get right. Essentially, you make sure that all memory al

Categories : C++

Android App working well with DEBUG mode, but not with RUN mode
I follow this steps and now it's working Plugged phone Start RUN mode Open DDMS perspective Select my application from Devices panel, under my device's name Open DEBUG perspective Now it's outputting errors. Fixed my errors and now it's working but i've no idea why i wasn't working only debug mode and not working with run mode. My problem solved with this steps. Thank you.

Categories : Android

Something works in debug mode but not in normal mode
WebSphere Application Server uses different XML engines for normal mode and debug mode, and it sounds like you've found a variance between them. You should double-check that your code is following the javadoc (i.e., you're not doing something with undefined behavior), and if that's not the case, considering opening a PMR with IBM to fix the problem in normal or debug mode (it could be that debug mode should also be failing...). Alternatively, consider moving up to a newer version; 6.1 is quite old, and your problem might be fixed in a later version of the product.

Categories : Java

VC++ Winforms auto generated project won't debug VS2010: "This Project is out of Date"
The default VS settings are not entirely compatible with your desired one-click-does-all usage. C++ programmers normally favor building the program explicitly. Use Build + Build or press the shortcut keys for that command. You can change that. Use Tools + Options, Projects and Solutions, Build and Run. Note the "On Run, when projects are out of date" setting. Change it to "Always build". The one below that is best changed to "Do not launch".

Categories : C++

ios objects are released in Debug mode but not being released in Release mode
From what I understood, ARC auto-releases object with different timing weither you're building in debug or release mode. This is due to the optimization flag of the compiler being -O0 in debug and -O3 or -Os in release. I recall hearing an Apple engineer talking about it in one of the WWDC '13 talks (I'll try to find the session name), and from what I remember, this behaviour will be improved in the futures Xcode builds to make ARC in debug mode behave much more like it does in release mode. I know it does not help much, but I'm not familiar enough with ARC implementation to offer more details. See also How do you debug an issue with a release mode build in iOS? to help debug your code in release mode.

Categories : Iphone

Debug worker project run as a process from another project in VS
You don't give much info about the interaction between the gui and the worker, but if attaching to the process is too hard (typically beacuse the worker only runs briefly), a more usable scenario is to add a configuration option to the gui to add an extra argument to the worker command line, on which the worker responds with a DebugBreak. For example the worker's main would be var args = ParseArguments(); //check if string 'WaitForDeugger' is on command line if( args.RequestsDebug ) System.Diagnostics.Debugger.Break(); .... And the gui invokes the worker like this: var args = GetArgumentsForWorker(); if( someSpecialDebugOptionEnabled ) args += " WaitForDeugger"; Process.Start( "worker.exe", args );

Categories : C#

Cannot find a JSP variable in debug mode
NetBeans debugger doesn't see JSP vars as variables that can be evaluated directly. They are context attributes. So, the method that worked for met was to enter pageContext.findAttribute("perspectiveCount") in the "Evaluate Code" tab. After doing so and clicking on "Evaluate Code Fragment" button debugger added pageContext.findAttribute("perspectiveCount") to the "Variables" tab and showed its value there.

Categories : Java

Toggling debug mode programmatically
If permissions on your IIS server are set to allow changes to web.config from your site's code you can relatively easy do so. You can use XML API to change Web.config. Notes: it is bad idea to allow site's code to modify it configuration/binaries. Make sure you understand security implication of that your site will restart on any change to web.config, for normal sites (stateless, all date is in some sort of external storage/DB) it is somewhat ok, but if you have something like in-memory session state it could be painful. Even stateless servers may require significant time to start - be careful. You should consider other approaches (i.e. simply logging and reading logs server side) before starting to play with configuration of servers if they actually see real user traffic and especial

Categories : C#

Xcode - Looking at logs in debug mode? (iOS)
Use the Xcode Organizer window. Select the Devices tab. Then choose the connected device and select Console under the device. You will see more than just your app's logs messages but they will be there.

Categories : IOS

Not able to start hybris in debug mode
which version of hybris are you using? How do you currently start hybris? Is hybris and eclipse on the same machine? do you have admin privileges? i am using hybris 3.1 with eclipse-helios. First i start hybris without eclipse in debugmode: using ...platform omcat-6indebug.bat at commandline. After that i start debugging by attaching the eclipse-debugger to that debugmode-running hybris instance using a eclipse debug configuration "remote java application" with connection Properties: host=localhost, port=8000.

Categories : Java

Turn off Joomla debug mode
EDIT: Since I see you turned on error reporting, you will need to edit the variable $error_reporting within the JConfig class in the configuration.php file to: public $error_reporting = 'default';.

Categories : PHP

Can ipa file be created in debug mode?
About the first question, yes, you can archive an app in Debug mode. From Xcode, browse the Product menu, Scheme, Manage Schemes, Edit. Select the Archive action on the left pane and choose Debug as Build Configuration in the drop down box. If you want to restrict logging only to Debug configurations, you can add this to your ProjectName-Prefix.pch file: #ifdef DEBUG #define XYZLog(format, ...) NSLog(format, ## __VA_ARGS__) #else #define XYZLog(format, ...) #endif Where "XYZ" is the three letter prefix for your application (Cocoa naming convention). Then you must use XYZLog instead of NSLog in your code and the output will only go to the console for Debug versions.

Categories : Xcode

Restarting program in debug mode
Your isDebug right-hand-side seems to be sufficiently tricky to not be sure whether it should work or not. Why don't you just set it to true and test whether the debugger starts. Afterwards you known whether it's the isDebug evaluation or the debugger restart.

Categories : Java

SFML Only Works in Debug Mode
Short answer: You can't mix debug / release binaries. Quoting the official SFML tutorial for Visual Studio: It is important to link to the libraries that match the configuration: "sfml-xxx-d.lib" for Debug, and "sfml-xxx.lib" for Release. A bad mix may result in crashes. It's in red here.

Categories : C++

Is it possible to create TODOs or Comments while in Debug mode
If you just need to flag a line and don't need to add text, you can use the bookmark feature in Visual Studio: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/2wffxsy0.aspx This lets you flag multiple lines and then quickly navigate between them.

Categories : Visual Studio 2012

ASP.NET MVC bundling - include script only in debug mode
I actually came up with an answer to this whilst writing out the question. Since I hadn't been able to find an answer through searching I decided to post the question anyway and answer it - both so it is available as reference for anyone else wanting to do the same thing, and to get feedback from wiser minds than mine if this the most performant way of achieving this - or even a sensible thing to do. var jQueryBundle = new ScriptBundle("~/js/main").Include( "~/Scripts/jquery-1.{version}.js", "~/Scripts/script.js"); if (HttpContext.Current.IsDebuggingEnabled) { jQueryBundle.Include("~/Scripts/jquery-migrate-{version}.js"); } bundles.Add(jQueryBundle); I have tested this and whilst debugging the script is listed (I have retained the defaults of bundling and minification left

Categories : Asp Net

Qt 4.8.4 giving error in debug mode compilation
That's because the libraries are named differently in the debug version. You shouldn't use LIBS for Qt libraries. You should be telling qmake to figure out the link options by doing: CONFIG += qaxcontainer This is documented here: http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/activeqt-container.html

Categories : Qt

OPENCV cannot open my image in debug mode
The debug version of your opencv library was probably compiled without support for "jpg" images. Also, see this answer Make sure you did not mix up release and debug lib's of OpenCV when you linked libraries. Debug libraries have d at the end. Also, make sure that you are using the correct lib name based on the opencv version that you have, for example opencv_calib3d245d.lib

Categories : C++

WebStorm debug mode doesn't hit breakpoints
I have the same situation as yours, except that I'm building my app using Backbone.js and RequireJs and the app is running on localhost. My app can run in debug mode in Chrome but the breakpoints cannot be hit. I solve the problem by mapping the Remote URL and my local directory. You can define this in your JavaScript debug configuration profile in the Run->Edit Configurations. You can refer to this wonderful tutorial: Debugging your JavaScript app using WebStorm. Happy debugging!

Categories : Google Chrome

fopen in c does not work without running in debug mode
Using sizeof() to determin the needed space for pfname is wrong I guess. I should have the declarations of path and fname to be sure but either they are pointers, then you would get the pointer size (4 or 8) or they are arrays, then you would get the complete array size. Use malloc(strlen(path)+strlen(fname)+1) instead.

Categories : C

How to start tomcat using maven in debug mode
we can cheat. use java opts in *IX export JAVA_OPTS="-Xdebug -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n,address=1044" then run your maven, it should go to debug mode

Categories : Maven

Windows Form Won't Display in Debug Mode
Most likely a exception is happening during the initialization, Go in to the Debug->Exceptions dropdown menu and be sure the checkbox thrown for Common Language Runtime Exceptions is checked, this will let your code break on the exception that is happening. If you are still not catching the exception go to Debug->Option and Settings then uncheck the box for Enable Just My Code and check the box for Break when exceptions cross AppDomain or managed/native boundries This may give you some "read herring" exceptions, as some .NET processes use exceptions for control of flow logic. So just be aware that the first exception you see may not be the cause of your problem.

Categories : C#

Why is DbContext.SaveChanges 10x slower in debug mode
There are multiple performance considerations for EF and it's known that, compared to many others orm's, operations can be slower than expected/desired for an orm. (1st) when running on debug will always be slower and (2nd) first run after building will always be slower. All of this may depend on the complexity of your model. Try to capture the T-SQL statements using SQL Profiler.

Categories : Asp Net

How to apply bundle transform in debug mode?
Put this in the Application_Start method in your Global.asax file. BundleTable.EnableOptimizations = true; I haven't worked with only applying certain transforms but taking a look at this post: ASP.Net MVC Bundles and Minification You should be able to do this. You might need to refactor your bundle code a little so that you can add Conditional Compilation Variables to clear your transforms in debug only. So it could look something like this: var noMinify = new ScriptBundle("~/bundles/toNotMinify").Include( "~/Scripts/xxxxxx.js" ); #if DEBUG noMinify.Transforms.Clear(); noMinify.Transforms.Add(new ConfigFileTransform()) #endif _bundles.Add(noMinify);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

GWT 2.5.1 and IntelliJ debug mode, serializable exception
Do you set an output directory in your maven GWT plugin? Sometimes, GWT will output everything under the source directory, and it won't be clean by "mvn clean". Look for .rpc or .cache.html files to figure out where maven puts the output and remove anything you did not write yourself.

Categories : Java

Loading uncompressed js file in debug mode
Indeed, if the script URL begins with http, the code that is responsible for including the uncompressed version (i.e, remove the min. segment if such exists or add -uncompressed otherwise) is ignored. The source for this behavior: JHtml::includeRelativeFiles() in libraries/cms/html/html.php:298 protected static function includeRelativeFiles($folder, $file, $relative, $detect_browser, $detect_debug) { // If http is present in filename if (strpos($file, 'http') === 0) { $includes = array($file); } else //process the script sourch. } ... } Most of the script files, including frameworks, are included as relative paths. I guess that this behavior is meant to prevent remote resources from getting 404ed.

Categories : File

Logback defaulting to debug mode for some third party libraries
This seemed to be a problem because the application used EJB's. The application server (glassfish) loaded the EJB's before the logging context was actually set. Hence the log messages for some of the libraries got logged under DEBUG level. Using a wrapper class around the logger resolved the issue. The wrapper class delayed the logger creation until its first use. public class LogWrapper { private Class loggerClass; private Logger logger; public LogWrapper(Class loggerClass) { this.loggerClass = loggerClass; //lazy logging context creation (to avoid issues with static instances in EJBs which get loaded on startup before logging ctx name is actually set) } /** * For lazy init of logger, on first actual use, so the logger context will be correctly set ev

Categories : Java

Android debug mode not working waiting for device
For HTC try downloading HTC sync and give a try.. I also had this problem and i used eclipse IDE. I Re connected and try 2-3 times and after that i run adb devices I got it as online. Also check out for the devices TAB in eclipse(if you are using that) .It also gives a list of attached devices. Also try adding this android:debuggable="true" to application tag(<application>) in androidmanifest.xml Hope it helps :)

Categories : Android

Nexus 4 does not show the RSA dialog when connecting USB in debug mode
You need to enable the Developer Option by going to Settings-->About Phone --> Tap 7 Times on Build Number Option. Then open command prompt - Check the adb version by typing "adb version" if it shows 1.0.31 then you are good to go else update your adt version to 1.0.31 or higher. After doing the above step-- type adb devices - It will show device offline and on you phone the RSA Key Dialog will open up . Mark always option and then you can see the device online.

Categories : Android

WatchService loop running twice unless stepping through in debug mode
So it seems everything was working fine. I was using notepad++ to edit a file in the dir I was watching. After some research it appears that two modifications are made and so two events are logged. Some people have suggested storing the time stamp of the file and only react when it changes, this seems to filter out the multiple events. For me and what I was doing, I just changed to watching for a create event. This works great now with no problems

Categories : Misc

Python - hide debugging message in non-debug mode
You could define a global variable someplace, if that's what you want. However, probably the cleaner and more standard way is to read a config file (easy because you can write a config file in plain Python) and define DEBUG in there. So you've got a config file that looks like this: # program.cfg # Other comments # And maybe other configuration settings DEBUG = True # Or False And then in your code, you can either import your config file (if it's in a directory on the Python path and has a Python extension), or else you can execfile it. cfg = {} execfile('program.cfg', cfg) # Execute the config file in the new "cfg" namespace. print cfg.get('DEBUG') # Access configuration settings like this.

Categories : Python

BadParcelableException in android.gms.maps on release but not in debug mode
Try using proguard.cfg from Google Maps Android API v2 samples. It is located in ANDROID_SDK/extras/google/google_play_services/samples/maps. This part is what you want to include: # The maps library uses custom Parcelables. Use this rule (which is slightly # broader than the standard recommended one) to avoid obfuscating them. -keepclassmembers class * implements android.os.Parcelable { static *** CREATOR; } but maybe other too.

Categories : Android

difference in compilation time between release and debug mode
The optimizer is turned on by default in the Release configuration. Yes, it needs time to do its job. The linker is also not doing incremental links anymore, that can make a big difference. You never really care about this, release builds are something you do when you're done or leave up to a build server.

Categories : C++

static_folder not functioning in Flask debug mode and in development
Using absolute path seems to work in my case. import os PROJECT_PATH = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)) app = Flask(__name__, template_folder=os.path.join(PROJECT_PATH, 'www/templates'), static_folder=os.path.join(PROJECT_PATH, 'www/static') )

Categories : Python

android studio open debug mode when app is running
In Android Studio (I'm currently using I/O Preview 0.2.10) simply click on the icon in the toolbar that looks like a phone with a bug over it - the hover text says: Attach debugger to Android process. It's the third icon along: A list will then appear showing your processes that you can debug. Choose one and select OK - your application is now being debugged! Note: Make sure your app is debuggable, as shown here.

Categories : Debugging

fabs() not found in VS2012 debug mode (ANSI C)
Your issue with sqrt() is one with Intellisense which is the code completion part of the IDE. It has nothing to do with compiling the code. It's possible that Intellisense always defaults to C++ or has no knowledge that you're compiling as C code (it uses a database of function names to lookup). Are you sure you're compiling as C? There is a flag for the compiler (that you can set in the solution, project or file properties) to force it to compile as C or C++, but it will also default to C if you use the extension ".c". The issue with fabs() is just what happens sometimes when you try to step into code that the source is not available for, which is typically functions in the standard library and you are using the Express or Standard versions of Visual Studio. The Professional and higher p

Categories : C

Cannot debug application in release mode even with DebugType=full
Debugging optimized code is no great pleasure. You certainly may have trouble setting breakpoints, a method may have been inlined. And inspecting local variables and method arguments is liable to make the debugger sulky when the variable was optimized to be stored in a cpu register. You however certainly can still inspect call stacks, you'll see the methods that didn't get inlined in the stack trace. Basic mistakes you might make: when you attach a debugger, you get the option to select the debugger type. Be sure to select "Managed", you will not have much use for the native debugger be sure that you are looking at the correct thread, the program can be broken at an arbitrary location. Use Debug + Windows + Threads to select the appropriate thread be sure that you are actually brok

Categories : C#

Visual Studio 2012 Out of scope in debug mode
In this particular case, the instance variable test1 is not yet created. The next line to execute (marked with the yellow arrow) is the first line in the function. It has not yet actually executed, so the path of execution has not quite yet set up the instance and so test1 is not yet available. (Does setting test2 first make a difference?) On the flip side, test2 is a local variable to the constructor and is stored locally to the function. Thus, it is always accessible anywhere in that function. This is just a problem with the Watch tool. It takes some extra work, but a good debugger should be able to show that a class's member variables exist within the constructor. MS said that they're working on this issue.

Categories : Visual Studio 2012



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