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Using VC6.0 debugger to debug native application built with VC++ 2003

Hi,

I have some projects (native - not managed code) in VC++ 2003. I'm trying to
debug that stuff on Win98 system that has VC6.0 installed. Is it possible to
use VC6.0 for debugging code built with VC++ 2003?
I know that remote debugging with VS 2003 can be used in this scenario.
However, it would be easier for me to use VC6.0.

Thanks for any hints,
Boris
Nov 17 '05 #1
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I have some projects (native - not managed code) in VC++ 2003. I'm trying to
debug that stuff on Win98 system that has VC6.0 installed. Is it possible to
use VC6.0 for debugging code built with VC++ 2003?


It is not possible to do source level debugging, because VC 6.0 debugger
does not understand the debug information format used by VS.NET.

Regards,
Oleg


Nov 17 '05 #2

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