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Debugger truncates partially encrypted source listing


TitleDebugger truncates partially encrypted source listing
URL NameDebugger-truncates-partially-encrypted-source-listing
Article Number000186559
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: All supported platforms
Question/Problem Description
Debugger truncates partially encrypted source listing

When a source code file includes an encrypted include file and the include reference is preceded by one or more spaces, the debugger source code pane truncates the debug listing near the end of the encrypted source or displays a completely blank listing.

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Unpack the attached file into the OpenEdge work directory
  2. Create a directory called xcode under the work directory
  3. xcode -d xcode incl1.i
  4. prowin32 -param main.p
  5. In the Procedure Editor main menu, select Compile/Debug. The debugger's source pane will be blank or incomplete.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect PSC00341949
OpenEdge internal code that generates debug listings expects the switch between non-encrypted code and encrypted code to happen at the beginning of a line. If there are spaces before the include file reference, the compiler does not recognize that it will be reading encrypted code early enough to generate the listing correctly.
Upgrade to 11.7.x
Do not indent include file references in ABL code.
Last Modified Date6/16/2017 8:38 AM
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