Monitoring signal handling
The Signals view provides a summary of how your debugger handles signals that are intercepted
before they're received by your program. To show this view, choose
The view contains the following fields:
- The name of the signal.
- The debugger can filter out signals. If the signal is set to no, the debugger prevents
it from reaching your program.
- Upon receipt of a signal, the debugger can suspend your program as if it reached a
breakpoint. Thus, you can step through your code and watch how your program handles the
- A brief description of the signal.