[gdal-dev] Debugging on Windows Using Visual Studio

Joel Odom joelodom at gmail.com
Fri Dec 19 10:56:15 EST 2008

Bruce.  I'm trying to debug an app that uses GDAL from unmanaged C++
on Visual Studio 2005.  I've tried for an hour or two to step into
gdal, running debug sessions both from the project file from which I
build gdal and from the app that calls into GDAL, but even when I run
from the gdal solution itself, it still doesn't let me step through
source code, even though the modules window says gdal15.dll is loaded
with symbols from the same location as my .pdb file.


On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 10:50 AM, Clay, Bruce <bclay at ball.com> wrote:
> Joel:
> Is this in C# or C++?  Which version of the compiler?
> Bruce
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> [mailto:gdal-dev-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Joel Odom
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> Subject: [gdal-dev] Debugging on Windows Using Visual Studio
> Has anyone had any experience troubleshooting debugging issues with
> Visual Studio?  I can't step in to any GDAL methods from my project,
> even though I have debug symbols in the .dll and a debug database file
> (.pdb).  Any experiences working this out would be appreciated.
> Thanks.
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