On Sunday, 6 August 2017 at 19:41:52 UTC, FoxyBrown wrote:
On Sunday, 6 August 2017 at 18:39:42 UTC, Rainer Schuetze wrote:

On 06.08.2017 19:03, Johnson Jones wrote:
Rainer, could you explain to me again why structs and classes are not properly shown in the debugger?

The problem is that the debug information is not included by dmd in the final executable if it has been written to a library (as with your gtkd library).

This is https://issues.dlang.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4014, which should be solved in dmd master. You might want to give the nightly build a try: http://nightlies.dlang.org/dmd-nightly/dmd.master.windows.7z

You must add -gf to the "additional command line options" in the project configuration.

Awesome! Seems to work! I owe you a new car!

I still get a few errors

[gdk.Event.Event]       D0006: Error: Type resolve failed       

object@Object   D0002: Error: Syntax error      

but other than that I'm seeing stuff, and that is what's important. I'll play around with it for a few days and see. It it's working like it looks like it's working, it's gonna make things a hell of a lot easier.

So, some variables are still showing up as {} ;/ I haven't investigated enough.

Best I can tell so far is that the ones that are not working are gtk objects that are defined in gtk c libs. They exist in gtkD but I see a lot of "bgthread-2.0-0.dll'. Module was built without symbols."

etc. I'm not sure if that the reason or not. But structs I have defined in my modules seem to be showing up fine.

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