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user's query in comp.soft-sys.math.matheamtica (fwd)


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  • Subject: [mg10430] user's query in comp.soft-sys.math.matheamtica (fwd)
  • From: "P.J. Hinton" <paulh@wolfram.com>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Jan 1998 02:07:29 -0500
  • Organization: "Wolfram Research, Inc."

A MathLink developer in our applications group has forwarded this
message to me for posting to comp.soft-sys.math.mathematica/MathGroup. 
It attempts to address questions raised by a user on how to debug
MathLink programs under Windows.

--
P.J. Hinton
Mathematica Programming Group           paulh@wolfram.com Wolfram
Research, Inc.                  http://www.wolfram.com/~paulh/

---------- Forwarded message ---------- How can I debug my MathLink
programs while they are connected to the  kernel?

You can do this by launching the program in debug mode in your compiler
with the following command line switches:

    -linkname foo -linkmode listen

In Mathematica you will want to connect to this newly running process by
issuing the following command:

  Install["foo", LinkMode->Connect]

Now you can run your installed MathLink functions as usual.  To examine
the execution of any of your routines called by MathLink, just place a
breakpoint inside.  When you run the installed function from
Mathematica, your debugger will hit the breakpoint and you'll be able
to step through execution and examine variables as you would for any
other program.

In Mathematica 3.0 for Windows there is a known problem that doesn't
allow you to reuse linknames (i.e. "foo" in the above  example) while
the FileMap protocol is in memory.  You can get around this problem by
either restarting the kernel each time you need to debug the program or
by choosing a different linkname  ("foo1", "foo2", etc) each time you
launch the program in your  debugger.

This will be a added to the Technical Support FAQ pages at URL:

		http://www.wolfram.com/support/




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