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Created attachment 2422 [details]
When the "Step over properties and operators" option is set in the MonoDevelop Debugger preferences, the debugger incorrectly steps over a method call that takes the value of a property as an argument.
To reproduce with the attached testcase, set a breakpoint on the call to M3 in both M1 and M2. Notice that even when you choose Step Into, the debugger steps over the call to M3 in M1, but works correctly in M2. Disabling the "Step over properties and operators" option causes the debugger to work as expected on both.
+ MonoDevelop 220.127.116.11 and latest master (2220fc0)
+ Mono 2.10.10 build from wrench (4b9e7ca)
This works now.