[Gdal-dev] Tracing into GDAL

mathieu_gdal mathieu_gdal at yahoo.fr
Thu Aug 14 11:12:49 EDT 2003

Thank you for the answer, but...
it does not work on my computer!
Do you use gdal_i.lib or gdal.lib?


-----Message d'origine-----
De : gdal-dev-admin at remotesensing.org
[mailto:gdal-dev-admin at remotesensing.org] De la part de Ben Discoe
Envoyé : mercredi 13 août 2003 16:46
À : gdal-dev at remotesensing.org
Objet : RE: [Gdal-dev] Tracing into GDAL


You don't need to "put gdal11.pdb in my app's application".  Leave all
files such as .pdb in their original locations (generally with the .lib)
so that they will be found.  You should be able to trace into GDAL
functions with MSVC; i do it all the time.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: mathieu_gdal
> Subject: [Gdal-dev] Tracing into GDAL
> Hello everybody,
> I am using GDAL with visual c++
> I would like to trace into GDAL's functions.
> I use the gdal_i.lib library, and (consequently) I dynamically use
> gdal11.dll
> I have put gdal11.pdb in my app's application.
> In the nmake.opt file, I have uncommented the line :
> 	OPTFLAGS=	/nologo /Zi /Fd$(GDAL_ROOT)\gdal.pdb 
> 	In order to make a debug build
> Gdal11.dll symbols are well loaded when I launch my app.
> In spite of that, impossible to trace into any Gdal's function.
> Any idea?
> Thanks
> Mathieu

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