Taking advantage of debug libraries
mah at jump-ing.de
Wed Sep 17 18:18:34 CDT 2008
now, as I get better and better on juggling with the various debugger
options, I'm at a point where I'd like to get advantage of MS' C++
runtime debug libraries.
Looking at MSDN, they recommend to turn a few switches in the IDE
and ... but this won't work, as I can't re-link my binary.
Looking at what my app does, it obviously looks for mfc70.dll and is
satisfied with getting mfc80.dll. To a Unix guy like me this looks
All Visual C++ distributions I could have a look at come with mfc42*
libraries, no matter how recent the IDE distro is. So I've put this
into C:/windows/system and hoped for even more magic - but it didn't
happen. Still segment names only in winedbg.
My question is: is it possible to take advantage of the mfc42d.dll/
mfc42d.map/mfc42d.pdb file trio to get debug symbols in winedbg? Or
perhaps even in generic gdb?
If yes, where would I put these files or how would I load their
tables into the debugger?
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Dipl. Ing. Markus Hitter
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