Who pressed Ctrl-Alt-Shift-D?

Regina Henschel rb.henschel at t-online.de
Mon Mar 24 07:57:20 PDT 2014

Hi Stephan,

Stephan Bergmann schrieb:
> On 03/24/2014 02:25 PM, Regina Henschel wrote:
>> Stephan Bergmann schrieb:
>>> Did anybody do that in a dev build over the course of the last couple
>>> years, to use the VCL Debug Options dialog?
>>> If not, I'd like to just get rid of that thing.
>> I use it. The default setting is to show the error message in a message
>> box. But I want to get the error message in a window.
> I assume you are developing on Windows.  What error messages are you
> talking about?  I'd assumed that all debug output (tools/debug.hxx
> DBG_ASSERT et al; osl/diagnose.h OSL_ASSERT et al; sal/log.hxx SAL_WARN
> et al) by now goes to stderr on all platforms (where on Windows the
> stderr output is at least visible when running soffice from a Cygwin
> shell).

Yes, it is on Windows and about these messages.

>> Ctrl-Alt-Shift-D to make this setting. And I use the check "Dialog" in
>> the "Test Options" section. It shows you the size of the area into which
>> fixed texts are written.
> Is that still relevant with the .ui driven dialogs?

I don't know.

>> But if you document what values are needed in the dbgsv.ini file, then
>> the dialog itself is not needed. The documentation would have to include
>> the help texts of the dialog as well.
> No, I was mostly interested in removing the underlying functionality.

You asked "Does anyone do that..?" and therefore I have answered. But I 
have not developed for LO directly for a long time, but my things come 
in from AOO. So there is no need to take me into account.

I wonder, why you want to remove the functionality. Does it any harm?

Kind regards

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