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Status: Tue, 9 Nov 2010
FusionDebug Rev. 3.5.0
The following issues are known at the time of publication.
As Run To Line targets are set anywhere on a CFML page, and we expect the execution to halt at this point, the engine must be allowed to continue to the ‘next nearest’ valid CFML, and halt there. This can therefore be on another Breakpoint, causing it to seem (upon step/resume) to be skipped, where as it has simply already been hit.
For your Custom Extensions to function you must add them to your CFML Servers known extensions. For advice on how to do this please see our user manual or web page. These contain useful links and setup instructions, as well as guides on setting your default editors. You will need to set your IDE to use editors that allow debugging on your new extensions (including the default .htm .html).
For information and instructions on use please see:
This is a side effect of breaking on Exceptions, any CFML Live code running on the attached server can fire off Custom Exceptions, which FusionDebug will detect (when option selected). To use these applications during a debug session simply uncheck the option to ‘Catch Un/Caught Custom CFML Exceptions’ in the FusionDebug ‘Configuration’ Page in ‘Preferences’, from the ‘Window’ menu option. You can then re-enable the setting once you have finished using the desired page and continue debugging.
When placed within a cftry/cfcatch block thrown Custom Exceptions are dealt with as Caught by CFML. Therefore even though this is Uncaught by rights, it will only be detected as caught (with this option). When this occurs the catch block will be highlighted also – due to the match not being correct. The distinction between whether ‘this’ Custom Exception, is Caught based upon the catch type is something we are working on and plan to have resolved for next Beta/Release.
We’re working hard on being able to decode all CFML complex types. Most types are already
implemented – structs, arrays, XML objects, CFCs, Functions etc. In some cases, you might see
an undecoded type in the Variables and Expressions view (“… instance of …”) or a plain
string representation of the object.
This is because some lines of CF code perform multiple actions and require you to press
step for each action that they perform.
With the current instruction pointer located on the CFINVOKE tag, keep clicking Step Into until
the CFC is loaded. The parameters and other initialization actions are performed before the CFC
is called. You may have to push step into until this initialization is complete.
This is a limitation of how Railo processes and optimizes pages at compile time.
CFEclipse does not support the CTRL-SHIFT-B keystroke when in the CFEclipse perspective. You
can toggle the breakpoint by right mouse clicking on the line you wish to set the breakpoint
on and using the Toggle Line Breakpoint menu item.
In the Debug configuration, make sure the Target System Type is set correctly: checked for
Windows, unchecked for Unix. And the correct connector is being used for the engine type desired.
Since FD 2.0.1 breakpoints can be set on blank lines. FD cannot always get breakpoints to
fire on blank lines because they are sometimes optimized away by the CF compiler.
When a breakpoint or step event fires, FusionDebug does its best to find the source file. If the
same file exists multiple times in different projects, the wrong one may be selected
Use the source code lookup tab on the Launch Control to correct the source code lookups.
terminate the page if it exceeds the Request Timeout limit that has been configured. Please
deactivate crash protection in FusionReactor.
|FD277||New Feature||Breakpoints||Breakpoints IP address restriction – Only fire breakpoints from a given IP address list|
|FD260||New Feature||Configuration||Using JDI Auto detect the platform type Window/Unix and remove the need for the Config checkbox|
|FD50||New Feature||Expressions||Implement Change Value on the expression menu (requires new extension point)|
|FD378||Bug Fix||Src Code Lookup||Source Mappings Tab deletes mappings when you edit a mapping to be the same CF Source Folder as another|
|FD603||Bug Fix||Integration – ColdFusion License||An expired trial license whilst using the ColdFusion connector gives the wrong error message|
|FD604||Bug Fix||Integration – Railo Stepping||Railo: Stepping into a <cfdump> causes many errors|
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