the Cursor does not support C# application debugger inside,maybe because this debugger extension can run in visual studio code only.
I try to do the same operation in vs code, it running ok.
so, if I want to do C# programming, I can’t use Cursor, because it does not support my debugging.
this is the offical explain:
The C# extension for Visual Studio Code includes the Microsoft .NET Core Debugger (vsdbg). Unlike VS Code, and most other parts of the .NET Core ecosystem, vsdbg is not an open source product but rather is a proprietary part of Visual Studio. It is licensed to work only with IDEs from Microsoft – Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio, or Visual Studio for Mac. Visual Studio Code has an official version distributed by Microsoft but it is also an open source project, so anyone can build and distribute their own version. The C# extension itself along with the C# and Razor language services will work correctly with a VS Code distribution based on the OSS project. However, the debugger is only licensed to work with the Microsoft-distributed version of Visual Studio Code.
so is there any other way to resolve the question?