Posted by webmaster Guido on May 15, 2008
In Reply to Saving debug info (Watch points) across Delphi invocations posted by Lee P12462 on May 12, 2008: Is there a way to like "export" break and/or watch points so that you can "import" them during a future Delphi session (only minutes after they were previously exported)?
The Delphi debug info such as break- and watch points is automatically saved when you save the project in the IDE, and also automatically restored whenever reopening a project. So you don't have to explicitly export/import these. However, in the IDE the "Autosave" option "Project desktop" has to be set (menu: Tools: Options: Environment Options).
In all versions of Delphi, these debug settings are saved in the file Projectname.DSK; that's a text file, you view its contents with any text editor.