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vs2008 c# add-in TestMatrix 2.0 nUnit 2.4.7
apologize for trying here to get answers to my problem but i might be lucky
if some one can give me a hint or tip.

I trying to start debugging my test on certain line using (add-in
testmatrix), I run the "debug test" option the test runs but it does not stop
to debug, any ideas, is it an option that I missed when installing vs2008?
thanks
Jun 27 '08 #1
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raulavi formulated the question :
vs2008 c# add-in TestMatrix 2.0 nUnit 2.4.7
apologize for trying here to get answers to my problem but i might be lucky
if some one can give me a hint or tip.

I trying to start debugging my test on certain line using (add-in
testmatrix), I run the "debug test" option the test runs but it does not stop
to debug, any ideas, is it an option that I missed when installing vs2008?
thanks
Let's ask the obvious first: you did place a breakpoint in that code?
And the code was compiled in debug mode?

Hans Kesting
Jun 27 '08 #2
yes.
PD: how do you make sure breakpoints are compiled
I clean my solution and ran rebuild, this same process for breakpoint i've
been doing it for months.

we sure have to go to the obvious things so I dont mind any ideas.

after installing vista SP1 breakpoints dont work.

I was chasing this bug "breakpoint" not working on the web and found lots
of people having all sorts of problems with breakpoint on different debuggers.

debugging ASP application using breakpoints have problems too.

so disreagard that is testmatrix or nUnit.

thanks Hans.

"Hans Kesting" wrote:
raulavi formulated the question :
vs2008 c# add-in TestMatrix 2.0 nUnit 2.4.7
apologize for trying here to get answers to my problem but i might be lucky
if some one can give me a hint or tip.

I trying to start debugging my test on certain line using (add-in
testmatrix), I run the "debug test" option the test runs but it does not stop
to debug, any ideas, is it an option that I missed when installing vs2008?
thanks

Let's ask the obvious first: you did place a breakpoint in that code?
And the code was compiled in debug mode?

Hans Kesting
Jun 27 '08 #3
if I click debug >window >brekpoints
the window opens and shows all breakpoints, are they compiled or is just
getting the info from XMLs ?

"raulavi" wrote:
yes.
PD: how do you make sure breakpoints are compiled
I clean my solution and ran rebuild, this same process for breakpoint i've
been doing it for months.

we sure have to go to the obvious things so I dont mind any ideas.

after installing vista SP1 breakpoints dont work.

I was chasing this bug "breakpoint" not working on the web and found lots
of people having all sorts of problems with breakpoint on different debuggers.

debugging ASP application using breakpoints have problems too.

so disreagard that is testmatrix or nUnit.

thanks Hans.

"Hans Kesting" wrote:
raulavi formulated the question :
vs2008 c# add-in TestMatrix 2.0 nUnit 2.4.7
apologize for trying here to get answers to my problem but i might be lucky
if some one can give me a hint or tip.
>
I trying to start debugging my test on certain line using (add-in
testmatrix), I run the "debug test" option the test runs but it does not stop
to debug, any ideas, is it an option that I missed when installing vs2008?
thanks
Let's ask the obvious first: you did place a breakpoint in that code?
And the code was compiled in debug mode?

Hans Kesting

Jun 27 '08 #4
raulavi expressed precisely :
if I click debug >window >brekpoints
the window opens and shows all breakpoints, are they compiled or is just
getting the info from XMLs ?
I don't think breakpoints are compiled into the dll: you can add and
remove breakpoints in a running application.
My guess is that the breakpoint-location is stored in a local project
or solution file.

As your breakpoints didn't work anymore after a Vista upgrade, my guess
is that the problem is there. Possibly you don't have enough rights to
debug (anymore). Maybe there is a Visual Studio fix for this?

Hans Kesting
Jun 27 '08 #5
>Possibly you don't have enough rights to debug (anymore). <<

I am into it, I set my nUnit as run as administrator. did not help.

where are those debug rights?
"Hans Kesting" wrote:
raulavi expressed precisely :
if I click debug >window >brekpoints
the window opens and shows all breakpoints, are they compiled or is just
getting the info from XMLs ?

I don't think breakpoints are compiled into the dll: you can add and
remove breakpoints in a running application.
My guess is that the breakpoint-location is stored in a local project
or solution file.

As your breakpoints didn't work anymore after a Vista upgrade, my guess
is that the problem is there. Possibly you don't have enough rights to
debug (anymore). Maybe there is a Visual Studio fix for this?

Hans Kesting
Jun 27 '08 #6

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