Ignore breakpoints in debug mode

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows


USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS


To turn off debugging for a routine, place .NODEBUG before that routine is active. The .NODEBUG compiler directive prevents the debugger from stopping at breakpoints, watchpoints, or anything else that causes the program to pause and the debugger to be entered in the routine running the program in debug mode. In other words, if the program is being debugged (dbr ‑d program) and any attempt to break is made in the routine where this compiler directive exists, the break is ignored and program execution continues.

.NODEBUG applies to every routine from where it was specified to the end of the source file.