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David Liebtag
David Liebtag il 9 Gen 2013
Commentato: David Liebtag il 26 Giu 2019
I am debugging a mex function using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Professional with MATLAB R2012b on 64 bit Windows 7 Ultimate. When I configure Visual Studio to break on Win32 access violations, I get dozens of breaks in MATLAB base code. This happens before I even load or call my mex function. The only way I have found to debug my program is to only configure VS to break on access violations after I have loaded and called my mex function and stopped in my code. This is very cumbersome.
Is there some way to make MATLAB avoid these violations so I can leave Visual Studio configured to break on them all the time?
FYI Here's an example of the kind of message I see:
First-chance exception at 0x0de62a68 in MATLAB.exe; 0xC0000005; Access violation reading location 0x00000004.
Thank you.
David Liebtag

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Martijn
Martijn il 9 Gen 2013
These exceptions are most probably coming from the JIT in the JRE so what you could try is running MATLAB without Java. To do so start MATLAB with the -nojvm option.
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Martijn
Martijn il 10 Gen 2013
No I am afraid that this is not possible, the MATLAB GUI is Java based so disabling Java will turn off the development environment.
So you would either:
1. Somehow need to deal with the exceptions on the Visual Studio Side (perhaps someone else has further suggestions on that).
2. Have to temporarily live with not having the full MATLAB GUI when debugging these kind of specific issues.
Daniel Shub
Daniel Shub il 10 Gen 2013
Turning off java does a whole lot more than just disabling the IDE.

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Sohrab Abedini
Sohrab Abedini il 24 Feb 2015
I have the same error while I run syms. any idea?
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David Liebtag
David Liebtag il 24 Feb 2015
Sohrab,
I never found an adequate solution and learned to live with running MATLAB without the IDE.
Sorry.
David Liebtag

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Paul Romanczyk
Paul Romanczyk il 25 Giu 2019
In Visual Studio, Go To Debug > Windows > Exception Settings. Under Win32 Exceptions, Disable Access Violation
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David Liebtag
David Liebtag il 26 Giu 2019
As I said in my original post Paul, "The only way I have found to debug my program is to only configure VS to break on access violations after I have loaded and called my mex function and stopped in my code. This is very cumbersome."
In other words, I already know how to disable breaking on access violations. I was looking for a less cumbersome method.

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