[webkit-help] Xcode won't stop at break points when running Webkit workspace.
jeremy at chromium.org
Sun Jul 29 21:39:04 PDT 2012
WebKit runs a bunch of processes, are you sure you're attaching the
debugger to the right one?
I often find it useful to print the pid to stdout and call pause() if I'm
having trouble getting a breakpoint to hit. You can then attach a debugger
manually to that pid and continue from where you left off.
On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 5:55 AM, Edward Hernandez
<hernandezed at comcast.net>wrote:
> Xcode won't stop at break points when running the downloaded xcode
> I downloaded the webkit source tree and compile the entire Webkit Project.
> I followed the directions in the webkit.org for debugging which
> essentially just wants you to use a local directory for you targets.
> The text reads.
> To debug from within Xcode, you can use the WebKit workspace. Ensure that
> the Products and Intermediates locations for the workspace match those used
> by build-webkit by choosing File > Workspace Settings and clicking the
> Advanced button, selecting Custom, Relative to Workspace, and entering
> WebKitBuild both for Products and for Intermediates. Note that if you have
> specified a custom build location in Xcode preferences, then you don’t need
> to do this.
> Nothing has been changed from the download so I do as stated above and
> enter character for character "WebKitBuild".
> I folder is created called "webKitBuild"
> I put a break point in the renderObject contractor along with a printf("I
> should Break here\");
> When I run the program safari pops up and the console gets flooded with
> the "I should break here" message but xcode doesn't break.
> It seems that the instructions for debugging are incomplete and there is
> more to it than this. It seems like I have to do something in the build
> Does anyone have any ideas?
> Ed -
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