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- Subject: Re: [eigen] MSVC debug tools
- From: Benoit Jacob <jacob.benoit.1@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2009 11:11:56 -0500
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This stuff seems very exciting, but the chief of MSVC debugging stuff
here is Hauke so let's wait for his reply, personnally I don't have
MSVC to try it!
2009/12/18 Björn Piltz <bjornpiltz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> There is an undocumented feature in Visual Studio which let's you
> avoid stepping into certain functions when you're debugging. This
> could be very helpful when debugging Eigen, since you often have to
> step in and out of trivial functions before getting to the real
> e.g. :
> return ei_assign_selector<Derived,OtherDerived,false>::run(this->derived(),
> Here you would have to step into derived() twice, before getting into
> the more interesting run().
> The fix consists of adding the following registry key to
> which will disable stepping into any empty constructor like
> I have attached a registry patch, but it would be great if someone
> could test it before I put it on the wiki. Also post candidates here
> for the most annoying functions to be included.
> You have to rename the file to .reg to use it.
> For reference here is a blog post describing the feature