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From "Senaka Fernando" <>
Subject Re: [AXIS2C] trouble debugging under windows
Date Sat, 23 Feb 2008 05:35:21 GMT
Hi Carl,

I Think VC 6.0 can't recognize LF (unix style) line endings. We do support
VS2005 upwards, and we don't see any issue there. Of course I believe that
there should be a way that you could convert unix code into dos compatible
code, by using something like unix2dos. Doing so, you can achieve your

Also, we do have Visual Studio 2005, C projects for each major component.
We believe that the wide majority of developers do use VS2005 by now, and
we have only made sure that it builds on a VC 6.0 compiler.


> For several days I have been struggling to enable line by line debugging
> in
> visual C 6.0.
> An example of the problem is that while stepping through code, when
> attempting to step into a call to the client API, the debugger shows the
> wrong lines of code and wrong call stack.
> steps taken to resolve:
> -make sure all modules are compiled with the same compiler and linker
> options
> -create new workspaces for each module
> -take options directly from makefile provided in /build/win32
> -replace LF line endings with windows-style CRLF line endings in .c and .h
> sources (supposed to affect C preprocessor line count)
> so far in all cases the behaviour is the same: I can step through my code
> but not into any client API DLLs.
> My hope in sending this message is that someone using the same environment
> can confirm they are able to debug properly in client API DLLs (or any
> Axis2
> DLL for that matter).
> So far aside from work environment compatibility problems, the experience
> with Axis2C is very positive.
> Thanks in advance for any advice you may give me!
> Carl

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