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inventec

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how can I debug VC++ project in slick edit ?
« on: August 16, 2006, 06:36:12 am »
how can I debug VC++ project in slick edit ?
 
Please show me configuration details,

Thanks a lot !
 
SlickEdit Version 11.0.0
 
OS: Windows XP

compiler :Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
 

ScottW, VP of Dev

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Re: how can I debug VC++ project in slick edit ?
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2006, 01:47:47 pm »
Oops!  I missed this one down here. Best to have posted this in the SlickEdit product forum.

Using SlickEdit to work with Visual C++ projects is very easy. Create your projects in VC++. Then you can open them in SlickEdit using Project > Open Workspace and open the VC++ .sln file or the .vpw file.

Once opened, all of the files will be setup in SlickEdit and you will be able to add new files. Building will work just as it doesn in VC++. So will debugging.

We don't have the same kind of debugger front-end for Visual Studio that we have for Java and GNU C/C++.  So, we launch Microsoft's debugger in a separate window.

--Scott