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    Re: Debugging a C++/CLI child process

    Bump. Does anyone have any ideas please? I am in work and can try any suggestions. Thank you!
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    Debugging a C++/CLI child process

    OS = Windows 7
    IDE = Visual Studio 2012 update 4

    Hi,
    I have a 32-bit native C++ application that spawns a 32-bit native C++ child process. I have always been able to debug into both processes...
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    Re: Release with debug information

    Ahhh I see! Thanks very much for your help!
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    Re: Release with debug information

    Hi Paul,
    yes you are right. Optimisation was by default set to "Maximise speed /O2". By setting it to "Disabled /Od", then I am able to debug and view the values of the variables as they change. My...
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    Re: Release with debug information

    @VictorN I created a new "MFC Application" solution and added the test code above to the bottom of the application's ::InitInstance(). This was the entirety of the code that I added. I put a...
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    Release with debug information

    Hi,
    I am using Visual studio 2005 and would like to set up a "Release with debug information" build configuration. I created a sample MFC solution and to it added:

    =====

    std::vector<...
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    FTDI question

    I am about to do some FTDI work where multiple circuit boards are connected to a computer at the same time, some using VCP and others using D2XX ( I am new to this so I hope doing so is ok ). For a...
  8. Re: Mixing projects using and not using precompiled headers

    Ahh, I think I see now. I must do some testing :) Thanks!
  9. Re: Mixing projects using and not using precompiled headers

    Hi Viggy,
    thanks for your answer however I am not sure that I understand you. To my mind, every time the code would be compiled, it would require the non-precompiled base project to be built. After...
  10. Mixing projects using and not using precompiled headers

    Hi,
    I am working on a large C++ solution. I have set up precompiled headers for each of the existing projects and now need to add a new project that would be at the base of all the others ie it...
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    Re: How to program for very large arrays?

    Wow, seriously, thank you Lindley, nuzzle and monarch_dodra for the great information! From the testing I have done, std::deque really does appear to be the best fit that I have come across so far to...
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    Re: How to program for very large arrays?

    Hi Lindley,
    thank you very much for the information. I have been reading up on std::deque and it does seem like a possible option for me. If you don't mind my asking:...
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    How to program for very large arrays?

    I have a class Point that contains 3 floats. I need to create a very large array of this class. I also need to be able to dynamically increase and decrease the array. If the array was of constant...
  14. Thread: Lnk1107

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    Lnk1107

    wxWidgets = 2.9.1
    OS = Windows 7 32 bit
    IDE = Visual Studio 2005 with Microsoft Windows SDK 7.1

    Hi,
    I have just upgraded from wxWidgets 2.9.0 and Windows XP to the new configuration above. I...
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    Re: Automatically attach to a process

    I have just found that if I place DebugBreak() at the start of the second process, that will give me the option of opening a second instance of Visual Studio where I can then debug my second process...
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    Re: Automatically attach to a process

    Sorry Cilu, I should have been explained better. I have a multi-process application. My first process will start my second process. When debugging my first process, is there a way for me to be able...
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    Automatically attach to a process

    Hi,
    in Visual Studio 2005, does anyone know of a way to automatically attach to a process when debugging? Surely there must be some way of doing this.
    Thanks,
    Patrick
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    Re: Visual C++ 2005 redistributable

    Excellent Syslock, that is just what I wanted to know, thank you!
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    Visual C++ 2005 redistributable

    Hi,
    as far as I am aware there are three redistributable packages that would need to be installed on a customer's machine so that it would be able to run software that was developed on an XP OS...
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    32 bit .dll on a 64 bit machine

    Hi,
    is it possible to create a 64 bit C++ application on a 64 bit machine and for it to use external 32 bit .dll's that I am unable to change?
    Thanks,
    Patrick
  21. Re: Bug in C++ Language or Bug in C++ Compiler?

    Thanks for the help everyone, it is much appreciated :)
  22. Re: Bug in C++ Language or Bug in C++ Compiler?

    I tested the original code again in release and outside of the compiler (launched separately) and ran out of memory at about 70meg when strangeness was turned on. This also happened when I...
  23. Re: Bug in C++ Language or Bug in C++ Compiler?

    This time I ran ZuK's code using a VS 2005 release build:

    fragmentation.exe 0
    MakeStrangenessHappen = 0
    2003561 allocations, 2051645440 bytes allocated. ( total time = 3 minutes )
    ...
  24. Re: Bug in C++ Language or Bug in C++ Compiler?

    My PC is of pretty good spec, with 2GB RAM. The code was run on a debug build. The same code has been tested on a different PC, again using XP and Visual Studio 2005, with similar results. This is...
  25. Re: Bug in C++ Language or Bug in C++ Compiler?

    Hey all,
    I ran ZuK's exact same code using Visual Studio 2005 in Windows XP and get a surprising difference from what he saw:

    fragmentation.exe 0
    MakeStrangenessHappen = 0
    1936489 allocations, ...
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