Using Windbg to debug D applications and unittests

solidstate1991 laszloszeremi at
Sat Feb 25 15:55:33 UTC 2023

I had a lot of trouble trying to get Visual Studio to catch 
handled exceptions, which would have been mandatory for debugging 
unittests, but I either forgot how to do it, or something have 
changed in either the newer versions of VS or the D compilers I 
use (LDC, DMD).

So I downloaded the new WinDbg Preview, which is like the older 
WinDbg but with some new features and a new GUI. This would also 
allow me (in theory) to get rid of VS in the future or only keep 
it for other projects. So far I struggle to set up breakpoints 
that actually work and doesn't just step over them. It also 
doesn't like templates, especially if there's multiple instances 
of them. (Also I couldn't find any way to break on exceptions so 

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