debugger woes with MathLink r12 on Windows: "The breakpoint will not currently be hit."
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- Subject: [mg49643] debugger woes with MathLink r12 on Windows: "The breakpoint will not currently be hit."
- From: "Langston, Matthew David" <langston at slac.stanford.edu>
- Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 04:01:47 -0400 (EDT)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
When I set a breakpoint in my MathLink C++ code and then run it in the
VS.NET 2003 debugger, a question mark appears in the left column over
the breakpoint icon (indicated by a red circle) and a tooltip appears which
"The breakpoint will not currently be hit.
No executable code is currently loaded at this location."
What's up with this? Why isn't the VS debugger setting a valid breakpoint
in my source code? It's as if the .pdb file is corrupt or something, since
the debugger can't find the source code.
A Google search for this error turned up other people having similar
problems for their *managed* C++, C# and VB.NET projects, but I could find
no one who had the problem for *unmanaged* C++ code (which is what my
MathLink project is).
I whittled my VS project down to the simplest "Hello World" example
and put it here (only 90 kb), hoping that some of you Windows MathLink gurus
I also put a screen shot of my VS screen here so that you can see that VS
claims that it loaded the symbols for my project even though the breakpoint
Did something change in MathLink r12 (the version which came with my
Mathematica 5 installation)? I never had this problem with VS.NET 2002 +
Mathematica 4.2 + MathLink v3r9. Thank you for your help.
Warmest regards, Matt
Matthew D. Langston, Ph.D.
GLAST, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
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