Is there something special you have to do to get it to stop at a break point? I have breakpoints all over my code and when I debug it with Alt-F5 or hitting the green arrow on the Debug panel it just compiles and runs the code. I'd like it to stop at the debug points so I can review the variables.
Closed Mar 18 at 8:18 PM by oleg_s
Fixed in Release v1.6.3


oleg_s wrote Dec 8, 2016 at 11:11 AM

It seems to be broken.
I am looking into it

oleg_s wrote Dec 8, 2016 at 12:16 PM

The problem is caused by latest CS-Script engine not processing '-dbg' execution parameter and as the result debugging symbols not being emitted.

The fix will need to be done in the CS-SCript code base and then propagated to all products using it (e.g. N++ plugins).

The -dbg switch itself is an alias of -d switch which is still processed correctly.

The temp work around is to place -d or /d switch either:
  • in the global or local (N++) css_config.xml
  • Or place the following line as the first line in your script: //css_args /d