Your IDE provides several actions to navigate through your script.
- Show execution point
- This action opens an editor at the position where the script is currently stopped.
- Step over
- This action steps over the current line.
Please note that the current implementation is different to the usually expected behaviour. The execution does not stop at breakpoints, which are set inside of functions called on the current line.
- Force step over
- This actions steps over the current line and ignores any breakpoint set inside of functions called on the current line. Please note, that this action is identical to
Step overdue to the limitations noted above
- Step into
- This action steps into the first function call on the current line.
- Step out
- This action resumes until the execution of the current function is finished.
- Run to cursor
- This action resumes the execution of the script until the script reaches the marked line. Breakpoints may be hit before the position is reached.
- Force run to cursor
- Same as above, but all breakpoints are ignored.