Bug ID 51274
Summary print object reference displays no members, yet there are
OS Windows NT
Component All Bugs
CC email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
I can not inspect the contents of my objects. I have made a math library, which I use in many projects, and on many platforms. None of my linear algebra objects can be displayed, or otherwise investigated, other than by converting the this-pointer to the element type pointer, and dumping that instead. I am currently working on an Android native app, and it would be nice that my latest version of Android Studio could allow me to see what's inside my object when it is being watched. The current method which I am forced to use is tedious. Upon request I am willing to provide the offending source code case. But I fail to see why using the print command yields only curly braces. My classes are indeed nested deeply and are heavily templatized, with the only members residing in the ultimate superclass, about ten levels up, where sometimes different kinds of objects and arrays of objects are all members of a union, in a way that may appear a bit strange at first, but in my opinion there should not be a reason for the exceptional behavior of the lldb print command just giving up like it currently does.