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Old 10-20-2008, 06:22 PM   #1
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eclipse stepping into things that I dont' tell it to.

I have a simple C++ application in eclipse. See this code:

int main(int argc, char ** argv)
	list<GIPSWindow> 				GIPSWindows;
	list<GipsVideoEngineLinux*> 	GIPSVideoEngines;
	list<GipsVoiceEngineLib*> 		GIPSVoiceEngines;

	// v4l1 Devices
	list<video_capability> v4l1Devices;
	list<video_capability>::iterator v4l1Iterator;

	for(v4l1Iterator = v4l1Devices.begin();
		v4l1Iterator != v4l1Devices.end();
		runV4l1Window(GIPSWindows, v4l1Iterator->name);
If I put a breakpoint at say, findV4l1Devices(v4l1Devices), then "step over", it doesn't step over at all. The execution jumps into stl_list.h (/usr/include/c++/4.3.0/bits/stl_list.h). I then cannot "step return". It seems to jump into other standard libraries as well. I cannot make it stop! If I resume, it will simply break execution again next time such a library is called.

I turned off "Load shared library symbols automatically", and unchecked "stop on startup at main()". I dont' see what else I can do to stop this.

I love eclipse, but this obstacle is very aggravating.


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