Hi Thanks for that,
I already have something like that in my C++ application, basically I print
incoming json from VSCode and also outgoing json from V8.
When I connect using a remote debugger I get the following message. This is
the only command to fail. I filter out commands where success == true.
On Sunday, 16 October 2016 23:32:51 UTC+1, WIlliam Taylor wrote:
> Apologies if this is a trivial thing. I've been embedding V8 inside my own
> C++ application and have been working to get the JSON debugging protocol
> I have a background thread which listens to debugging JSON commands from
> Visual Studio Code and I forward them to V8 and I send them via
> v8::Debug::SendCommand. I also then send back JSON responses from V8 by
> listening for it then sending it to VSCode. Of course I also
> call v8::Debug::ProcessDebugMessages from time to time to make sure
> messages are being dealt with.
> Everything works apart from setting breakpoints. VSCode says they are
> registered however when I call Debug.showAllBreakpoints(FunctionName) via
> though the JSON V8 sends back to VSCode says it has. There are also no
> exceptions and no error messages.
> I imagine I'm missing something big, anyone got an ideas?.
> Thanks in advance, hope I didn't drag on too much :)
> V8 version: 5.1.281.84
> OS: Windows 10
> I was also using this tutorial for a starting point. Specifically the
> remote debugging section.
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