Thread overview
How do I debug externally with Visual Studio?
Oct 21
kinke
Oct 25
nirmal
October 21
I use VSCode since it has better D support, however until I make mago-mi usable (it doesn't even support all the commands currently it claims, --args seems to be completely broken) or find again a working copy of LLDB for Windows (doesn't want to compile with Mingw also being installed), I cannot really debug.

The only way I can debug programs is to attach to them after they have started, however it's very clunky to use this way, some programs even execute too fast to do this way.
October 21
On Sunday, 21 October 2018 at 02:12:18 UTC, solidstate1991 wrote:
> The only way I can debug programs is to attach to them after they have started, however it's very clunky to use this way, some programs even execute too fast to do this way.

* Install VisualD (for mago).
* Open/create a project (any C++ project will do) in VS, right-click -> Properties, then set the command line in the 'Debugging' settings.
* Right-click on the project again, Debug -> Start new instance. Make sure to use the config/platform for which you set the debugging command line.
October 25
On Sunday, 21 October 2018 at 16:27:24 UTC, kinke wrote:
> On Sunday, 21 October 2018 at 02:12:18 UTC, solidstate1991 wrote:
>> The only way I can debug programs is to attach to them after they have started, however it's very clunky to use this way, some programs even execute too fast to do this way.
>
> * Install VisualD (for mago).
> * Open/create a project (any C++ project will do) in VS, right-click -> Properties, then set the command line in the 'Debugging' settings.
> * Right-click on the project again, Debug -> Start new instance. Make sure to use the config/platform for which you set the debugging command line.

I have IVF composer XE 2011 with VS2005.
I have a DLL library that is used by a third-party application. I copy.DLL to the specified folder where the program is looking for it.
The application finds DLL OK.
I want to set up a DLL - how to run an application with a debugged DLL library and get the added VS debugger so that it can log into the DLL where I want to do it?
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