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From: Roy McNeill
To: Frank Adam
Date: 1997-08-03 21:18:38
Subject: Knock-knock

Hi Frank

 FA> Hi Guys,
 FA> Anyone home here ? :-)

It has gone a bit quiet here lately, true.

 FA> I have a weird bug(?).

 FA> I've made up a class, with currently only a constructor, and 3
 FA> member functions. It has a bug somewhere, but when i put it through
 FA> Turbo debugger, the bugger(no doubt the real origin of the name)
 FA> refuses to trace through two of the 3 functions, won't even let me
 FA> set a breakpoint there. It will happily trace through the third,
 FA> even though it's using the variables allocated in one of the other
 FA> ones. I'm currently very much stumped..

 FA> Anyone had this before ?

You can get odd debugging effects if you didn't have the "include
debugging info in objs" compiler option turned on when you compiled the
file containing the actual source code (not the declarations) of
the offending functions. The fix is to turn it on, then Rebuild All
to recompile and link all source files.

Cheers

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