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Not able to step into...again?

My.EXE project does a file reference to a A.DLL. I have the PDB for
A.DLL. A.DLL inherits from B.DLL, which I file reference and also have
the PDB for. The method I'm referencing in my.EXE is a type of A but
derives from B. When the debugger gets to this method and I step into,
it skips right over the code.

Any idea why it isn't stepping into?

Thanks,
Brett

Jan 25 '06 #1
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"Brett Romero" <ac*****@cygen.com> wrote in message
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My.EXE project does a file reference to a A.DLL. I have the PDB for
A.DLL. A.DLL inherits from B.DLL, which I file reference and also have
the PDB for. The method I'm referencing in my.EXE is a type of A but
derives from B. When the debugger gets to this method and I step into,
it skips right over the code.

Any idea why it isn't stepping into?


DebuggerStepThroughAttribute?
Jan 25 '06 #2
This is a winform, not a web service.

Brett

Jan 25 '06 #3
Brett Romero wrote:
My.EXE project does a file reference to a A.DLL. I have the PDB for
A.DLL. A.DLL inherits from B.DLL, which I file reference and also have
the PDB for. The method I'm referencing in my.EXE is a type of A but
derives from B. When the debugger gets to this method and I step into,
it skips right over the code.

Any idea why it isn't stepping into?

Thanks,
Brett

A possiblity would be if one of the DLL's is unmanaged code, if so you
need to check the option in VS2005 to debug unmanaged code.

Paul
Jan 25 '06 #4
I have VS2003. No unmanaged either.

Brett

Jan 25 '06 #5
The thing is, this use to work just fine. Now I can't step into any
method in another DLL.

Brett

Jan 25 '06 #6
This is working now. I had to get latest on all of the DLL projects,
build them locally and reference the DLLs. It's as if the PDB files I
had suddenly became obselete.

Brett

Jan 25 '06 #7
This stop working again : (

I have now included one of the DLLs as a project rather than file
reference. Sometimes I can step into a method and sometimes not. Any
one have "any" what gives?

Thanks,
Brett

Jan 26 '06 #8

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