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Debugging in VS sometimes pauses forever until you manually break #42

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Palomino34 opened this Issue Aug 31, 2017 · 1 comment

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Palomino34 commented Aug 31, 2017

With VS debug attached, sometime the application pause at a line forever ,usually Thread.sleep(x). Some interrupt can wake the system up and continue running.

If stop VS, using TinyCLR Config, we can connect, ping... do everything, meaning the system does not crashed, just don't run next line that it should be.

A little hard to reproduce, but about 25% in EMX and more in smaller version like USBizi.

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@Arke64 Arke64 changed the title from LPC24: The application sometime pause forever to Debugging in VS sometimes pauses forever until you manually break Aug 31, 2017

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It's enough to sit in a loop and hold down F10, locks up after about a minute.

while (true) {
    Thread.Sleep(10);
}
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Arke64 commented Feb 27, 2018

It's enough to sit in a loop and hold down F10, locks up after about a minute.

while (true) {
    Thread.Sleep(10);
}

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