Execution Analyzer Submenu

To link your project with a compiler for building, running and debugging, select the Project | Execution Analyzer menu option.

Menu Option & Function Keys

Use to

Package Build Scripts
[Shift]+[F12]

Create and configure Package Build compiler scripts.

Build  [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[F12]

Build the application for your current script. Execute the Build command in the Build Scripts dialog.

Test  [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[T]

Execute the Test command you configured in the Build Scripts dialog.

Run  [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[N]

Execute the Run command you configured in the Build Scripts dialog.

Deploy  [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[Alt]+[F12]

Execute the Deploy command you configured in the Build Scripts dialog.

Debug Run  [F6]

Run the application and Debug the Run command in the Build Scripts dialog.

Debug Pause

Pause and restart execution of a debug run.

Step Into  [Shift]+[F6]

Step into the current function.

Step Over  [Alt]+[F6]

Step over the current function.

Step Out  [Ctrl]+[F6]

Step out of the current function.

Debug Stop  [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[F6]

Stop the current debug session.

Start Debug Recording

Start recording your trace for a debug session.

Stop Debug Recording

Stop a debug recording.

Auto Record Thread

Autorecord your debug session. The Stack Trace History, Stack tab and Source Code Editor dynamically update to reflect the current execution sequence for the thread; Stack Trace Recording ends when the thread ends or when you click on the Stop button.

Show/Hide Execution

Display the executing code when a thread has encountered a breakpoint. The option presents the source code file in an editor window with the current line of code highlighted for the thread that has the current focus.

Create Sequence Diagram

Create a Sequence diagram from the Stack Trace History.