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Remote debugging settings

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Hi,

it is nice that the remote debugging settings is separated from local
debugging (I mean Remote command). But, unfortunately still one option is
shared - the Working directory. Why? I certainly have different working
directory for local and remote debugging.
I have VC 7.1.

Jan
Nov 17 '05 #1
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Hi Jan,
But, unfortunately still one option is shared - the Working directory. Why? I certainly have different working directory for local and remote
debugging.


The Working directory option is shared because we assumed most VC users
would use the same working directory for debugging their programs
regardless of whether locally or remotely.

In this issue, it appears our assumption missed your case. We will pass
your concern to the product team.

We are looking at continual improvement, and it's this kind of feedback
that let's us know what things you're trying to do, that we haven't yet
exposed for you.
Thanks for your understanding!

Best regards,

Gary Chang
Microsoft Online Partner Support

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Nov 17 '05 #2

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Gary,

thanks for reply.
The Working directory option is shared because we assumed most VC users
would use the same working directory for debugging their programs
regardless of whether locally or remotely.


This was wrong assumption because the meaning of Working directory for local
and remote debugging differs. In remote debugging it is the directory as
seen by the remote machine :-)

Thanks Jan
Nov 17 '05 #3

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