C4DT Running Scenarios
Before continuing you should make sure that you have completed the steps described in C4DT_Installation_Guide.
Now that execution is halted you can do three things:
- Step Into: The instruction at the current execution position will be executed. If the instruction contains a function call, the debugger will jump into the function and allow you to continue stepping inside that function. Default keystroke: F5
- Step Over: Same as Step Into with the exception that the debugger won't go into subordinate function calls. Default keystroke: F6
- Resume: Resume script execution. The engine will run normally until the next breakpoint is encountered. Default keystroke: F8
The expressions view displays a list of user-defined expressions that get evaluated after every execution step. It is evaluated in the context of the calling object so expressions like "GetName()" will work as expected. Local variables and parameters can in principle be used in expressions but evaluation of such expressions might be buggy.
To add new expressions right-click into the view and select "Add Watch Expression".