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Can't view .hpp source

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I've poked around the web, but didn't find a full problem/resolution
discussion on this topic.

I have two templated classes that I #include from various source files.
I compile and link everything with debug enabled (g++ -g etc...). I
have full visibility in each and every .c and .cpp file, but when the
code execution goes into the header file, I'm told that it can't find
the file. I get the line number and can follow along externally, I just
can't have gdb show it to me directly. Is there any way I can fix this?
Oct 28 '05 #1
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Jason House wrote:
I've poked around the web, but didn't find a full problem/resolution
discussion on this topic.

I have two templated classes that I #include from various source files.
I compile and link everything with debug enabled (g++ -g etc...). I
have full visibility in each and every .c and .cpp file, but when the
code execution goes into the header file, I'm told that it can't find
the file. I get the line number and can follow along externally, I just
can't have gdb show it to me directly. Is there any way I can fix this?


Try 'gnu.gdb.bug' or 'gnu.utils.help' or 'comp.os.<yourOS>.???' newsgroups.
If you have a C++ language question, come back and post it here.

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