I think you understand correctly. It may be me who saw things.

When I start a sep the program always breaks on the first executable
statement as you mentioned. I thought I saw somewhere in the preferences
that you could turn this off so the first stop would be a breakpoint. But
maybe I was seeing things (wouldn't be the first time)
On 2012-05-18 9:50 AM, Paul Therrien wrote:

I probably do not understand, but setting a service entry point always seems to start at first executable statement.
Do you mean adding a breakpoint at first executable statement when setting SEP?

Paul Therrien
Orion South, Inc.

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H all, I checked the archives but couldn't find what I was looking for.

I seem to recall seeing somewhere in the preferences that there was as
checkbox for starting to debug/sep a program at the first executable
statement (or not).

Does anyone know the preference?


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