BDEBUGGER/IDE does not honour VariableExclude

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#1
I consider this a bug --- though you could claim that it is a feature. The reason to have VariableExclude is to remove the clutter. I submit this is just as important --- actually more --- when debugging (I know how many processors I have, I really don't want to see it in my env var window). Could it at least be made a configuration option for IDE/BDEBUGGER to not show variables that are excluded by VariableExclude?
 

rconn

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#2
Péter Köves wrote:

> I consider this a bug --- though you could claim that it is a feature. The reason to have VariableExclude is to remove the clutter. I submit this is just as important --- actually more --- when debugging (I know how many processors I have, I really don't want to see it in my env var window). Could it at least be made a configuration option for IDE/BDEBUGGER to not show variables that are excluded by VariableExclude?
Not a bug -- the debugger uses a different variable
(DebugVariableExclude) to specify variables that you don't want to show.

See the BDEBUGGER / IDE help.

Rex Conn
JP Software