CMDebug seems not to be a part of TCC v 29. Please confirm.
BDebugger start up fine but all commands seems to be "unknown" when I use "step into"
PS: Attached the start up console
After I switched from v24 to v28 I encounter the following problem while debugging: The debugger also stops at non-breakpoints.
In the main batch file I debug
In sub-patch files which are called from the main batch files
I did not set any breakpoints on those positions where the debugger...
Day 3 of the evaluation - still debugging the debugger - and YAB !!!
I have found some problems with the IDE operation when trying to pass command line parameters to the batch file.
I can't find any doco on how to use the "Display/Modify Batch Parameters" so the following may all be a result...
Well I didn't get far.
When I finished posting the last BUG report, I had forgotten the test batch was still running (not 'Stop"ped) and I tried to close the edit window and go back the the batch I was supposed to be debugging.
Now the IDE is (Not Responding) and the test batch file is locked so...
Day 2 of the evaluation - still debugging the debugger - YAB !!!
Here is a sample batch file to demonstrate the very significant difference between TCC and CMD in handling multi-command lines
set var=1&set chr=A
echo Testing& set var=2 & set chr=B & @echo Started %var% %chr%& if %var% GTR...
Now that I have reported the "Strange Unexpected Features I found in my 1st hour of testing the demo, I have been looking at the documented features and general operation.
What I find a difficulty with, is that when the TCC screen shows the batch line to be executed, sometimes the batch...
It has been a little over 1 hour since I downloaded the demo version.
I was disappointed to find that I am debugging your program instead of my batch file.
Feature #1 - Watch panel shows wrong content of batch variables
See screen shot "Watch list corruption.jpg"
This shows the batch file has...