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New Debug Visualizer
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Surya
2009-10-23 09:12:55 UTC
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Hello,
I'm trying to write a new debug visualizer for my custom class written
in unmanaged c++.

I've followed the process out lined at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/8fwk67y3(VS.80).aspx.

The important difference here is the visualizer dll is dependent on
other dlls (boost libraries for example).

I'm able to create the dll, but I'm not able to see the affect of it.
(which simply means my visualizer dll is not loaded)

I've provided all the dependent dlls in the same directory as the
visualizer dll (Common7/IDE). Am I missing some thing here ?

how to identify the problem ?

Thanks in advance,
Surya
Surya
2009-10-23 09:17:14 UTC
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Oh !
I'm talking about Debug Expression Evaluator Addin
pm
2009-10-23 10:43:58 UTC
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Post by Surya
Oh !
I'm talking about Debug Expression Evaluator Addin
Did you modified autoexp.dat?
Is your dll loaded?
Wat about to link statically with Boost and with all requested dlls if
it is possible.

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Surya
2009-10-23 15:58:59 UTC
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Did you modified autoexp.dat?
Yes I did.
Post by pm
Is your dll loaded?
How can i say whether my dll is loaded or not ? All I'm seeing is ???
Post by pm
Wat about to link statically with Boost and with all requested dlls if
it is possible.
I tried this, but the problem is this addin is dependent on some other
dlls as well, and getting static versions of them is impossible.
Post by pm
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pm
2009-11-02 08:53:39 UTC
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Post by Surya
Post by pm
Is your dll loaded?
How can i say whether my dll is loaded or not ? All I'm seeing is ???
-Process monitor
-Breakpoint in dllmain.
-Dependency walker (profiling)


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