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Nodejs Inspector not stopping at breakpoints

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I have the debugger keyword placed in multiple places in my file, and have even added manual breakpoints in the inspector UI. Still, executing the file does not stop at any breakpoints. I am using node 9.2.0 and chrome 64.0.3282.167.

Here is a picture of how my devtools appears. screen shot 2018-02-26 at 10 24 56 am

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  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:13

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tasosscommented, Aug 24, 2018

Hello. Because of the fact that inspect brk doesn’t work , what do u propose? I mean this thing used to work and it was great.It’s really hard to debug on big projects. Does changing node or chrome can solve this so at least,i will be able to debug? Thanks!

paramsinghvccommented, Nov 29, 2018

In Chrome Canary 72, it works. @llwanghong

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