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Thursday, March 30th 2017, 11:32am

by SEGGER - Johannes


The compiler probably added some preface (additional instructions) to the constructor without source information.
If you continue stepping you should end up in the constructor in source and disassembly.

Could you provide the disassembly Embedded STudio steps into, the call of the constructor and the constructor?

Best regards

Monday, March 13th 2017, 11:45am

by 0x0041764C

SES v3.12, C++, Constructor, Debug: 'Step into' always steps into 'Disassemlby' panel


When I try to 'Step Into' a constructor during debugging the SES does always show the 'Disassembly' panel instead of jumping to the actual c++ code file.
(This is not a new problem in SES v3.12. In SES v3.10i it is the same.)

My work around is to navigate manually to the constructor and set a break point.

Is there a setting to disable that behaviour?


dev machine: Windows 10 64bit, SES v3.12
target mcu: NXP(freescale) MKL27Z128... & KM66FN2...