"Randall Parker" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in
Use a profiler, such as AQTime. Profilers are specifically designed for
exactly that purpose.
There is no option in the IDE to do that. You will have to set the
Use a profiler for that.
The only way to do that is to analyze the stack directly and see if the
calling address belongs within the class's vtable. The de *** has no
options for doing that, and I do not know if any profilers can do it,
either. You may end up having to implement that inside your code directly,
setting a boolean variable that breakpoints can then check when needed.
By "call tree", I assume you are referring to a stack trace? A log of which
functions called each other to reach a certain point in the code.
You cannot Step Over when using Step Into.
That is a long-standing feature request that people have been requesting for
years. The current IDE does not implement it. It is unknown whether the
next version will implement it or not.
The IDE does not support that. If any third-party tools support it, I have
not heard of it.
You wil have to implement that manually. Again, by analyzing the stack
directly and then setting a flag that a breakpoint can then check for when
I suggest you direct your feature requests to QC ( http://www.yqcomputer.com/