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From Ben Laurie <...@algroup.co.uk>
Subject Re: Debugging under windows
Date Fri, 15 May 1998 16:57:53 GMT
Ben Hyde wrote:
> 
> >Ben Hyde wrote:
> >>
> >> Maybe I'll try that instead.  It seems wrong to always have
> >> CVS complaining that I've modified the projects.  I was afraid
> >> I'd missed something.
> >
> >Huh?
> The .dsp files change for me, for two reasons.  One because
> (which is personal) i turn on the code browsing stuff and
> that changes the C compile switches (adding /FR) and hence
> the .dsp file.
> 
> The second reason is because I change where the links place the
> .dll and .exe so they are all in one directory where the
> dynamic loader can find them.
> 
> All that's a pain since reading the diffs for the .dsp files
> is tedious.
> 
> I haven't tried the technique you suggest, it might not
> change the .dsp files, but it appears it wouldn't help with
> the module loading.

Errr ... better try it before jumping to conclusions. I'm pretty sure it
gives you a perfect debug env without changing the dsp. But I could be
wrong :-)

> >>  I'm also using -X and -s, but I've
> >> forgotten why?    - ben hyde
> >
> >-X is a unixism for debug, meaning single process. -s means "don't make
> >it a service".
> 
> Yes, of course, but why did I turn them on?  I believe that
> it's because I haven't managed to figure out how to get the
> debugger to work without them.
> 
> Are others able to debug without these?

Yep. I don't think I use either. But not using -s is probably a mistake.

Cheers,

Ben.

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