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Weird behavior when debugging code invoked by timer

Asked by per isakson on 4 Mar 2013

This question is overtaken by Spurious fire from timer

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This question is related to my question Debug code invoked by timer.

Am I the only one to experience the following weird behavior of Matlab?

I debug code that is invoked by a timer

  1. execution is halted by a break-point
  2. I do something interactively
  3. suddenly "a callback" is fired. Execution is still halted at the same break-point, but with a new workspace
  4. A new group of timercb, timercb and invoked_by_timer_catch is added to the stack drop-down-menu. See the screen clip below.
  5. R2012a 64bit

timer is not supposed to fire a new callback until the current callback is finished. Isn't that what the documentation says? I have seen it happen with "'TasksToExecute', 1".

Sorry the picture is so large.

2 Comments

Jan Simon on 4 Mar 2013

Please show us how you define the TIMER such that we can try to reproduce the problem.

per isakson on 4 Mar 2013

Code relevant to this example is in the question that I link to in the first line. This happened (behavior showed) when I developed the code for the question linked to in this first line of this question.

However, I've seen this behavior since I started to use the timer a few years ago. I've never been able to understand (/reproduce) it.

per isakson

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