The Event pane has two parts: the Main Event area, and the
On Stop Event area.
The Main Event area displays the
events for the
current process or thread.
The On Stop Event area displays the
events for the current process or thread.
displayed for each event may include:
The event number.
You will also see the character D
next to the number if the event has been disabled.
STOP, SIGNAL, SYSCALL, or EXCEPTION.
The type for a syscall
event also includes the characters E or X, for system
call entry or exit, respectively.
Similarly, the type for
an exception event also includes the characters T or C,
for throw or catch, respectively.
The processes and threads for which the event is set.
For stop events, the
is the condition.
For signal events, this is the list of signals the events
For syscall events, it is the list of
affected system calls.
For exception events, it is
type of object thrown or caught.
For stop and syscall events, the number of times the
condition occurs before the event triggers.
The commands the debugger is to perform when the
If any of the information is too long to fit in its column, the
information is truncated. If you click SELECT on any column, the
full contents of that column are displayed in the footer area of
the window containing this pane.
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 02 June 2005