I'm using VS Code and LLDB plugin for debugging. When I want to analyze the variable contents I often run into the problem that the pretty printers fail, so that I see something like:
foo: size=3, capacity=4 : <error: No value> > [raw]: std::collection::hash::map::HashMap<u32, alloc::vec::Vec<DirEntry>, std::collection::hash::map::RandomState>
Is this a known problem? Are there any solution, but adding
println statements to the code or write variable contents to files for debugging purpose?