Debugger Execution Control (Windows CE 5.0)
Debugger execution (run-state) control allows you to start and stop the debugging session, proceed to a specified location, or control how the debugger responds to function execution.
In addition, you can run an application on a target device while the debugger is running to monitor the interaction of your application with other components and modules.
You can start and stop the kernel debugger if you have an active connection:
- If you choose Start, your code starts up and runs until it reaches a breakpoint. You can break execution at any time to examine values, modify variables, and otherwise examine the state of your program.
- If you choose Stop, you detach the debugger and end the debugging session.
You can proceed to a specified function, or proceed to a specified location.
The following topics describe how to use run-state control.
- Starting Kernel Debugging
- Stopping Kernel Debugging
- Breaking Execution
- Running to a Location
- Function Stepping
- Setting the Next Statement to Execute
- Launching an Application while the Debugger is Running
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