3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 17, 2012 12:29 PM by Llessur999
mark133 Level 1 (65 points)

The debugger information under the edit window disappears from view (the 'view' automatically changes) whenever the build is Run tested. What have I set wrong?

  • mark133 Level 1 (65 points)

    The debugger is free, and it seems to keep producing the same information over and over. Is there a cost involved with providing the debugger, or do people using xCode get removed from the service if it looks like they don't know what they're doing?


    (I'm trying to do a homeschool class on programming for my 6 year old.)

  • Mark Szymczyk Level 4 (1,985 points)

    If you are using Xcode 4, you can tell Xcode to show the debugger when a run starts by using Xcode behaviors. Choose Xcode > Behaviors > Edit Behaviors. Select Run Start from the list of behaviors on the left side of the window. Select the Show debugger checkbox. The menu next to the checkbox may say Hide instead of Show. In that case, choose Show from the menu.

  • Llessur999 Level 4 (1,195 points)

    Are you saying that when running, you don't even see the debugger buttons in the status bar at the bottom of the editor window?  The first button shows or hides the "debug area."