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If I add a function breakpoint on:
Then it gets resolved to the zero-argument version only:
However I would expect it to be resolved to all overloads unless I explicitly specify the zero-argument version using "System.Console.WriteLine()".
It would be nice if, after a function breakpoint resolved to multiple, the breakpoints pad made the breakpoint "expandable" to show individual overloads, so they could be enabled or disabled. IIRC VS does this.
All but the UI (breakpoint pad) functionality has now been implemented in git
Fixed in version 22.214.171.1248 (a11y)
Author: Jeffrey Stedfast
Commit: 282c26a579a95969807ff42ea7f5dd97125e2235 (mono/debugger-libs)
Included in Commit: 815ccb4069c0e92b8db7231e8090f18556ea4e61 (mono/monodevelop)