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Debug multithreaded apps in Express version

Hi,

how can I debug multithreaded apps in the express version? There is no
threads window. I press Break, but I always see the same thread. But I want
to debug the other thread that I started. How can I switch to the other
thread?

Armin

Feb 8 '07 #1
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Armin,

Did you already look what the debug -window .can do for you?

I don't know if that in the express version.

Cor

"Armin Zingler" <az*******@freenet.deschreef in bericht
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Hi,

how can I debug multithreaded apps in the express version? There is no
threads window. I press Break, but I always see the same thread. But I
want
to debug the other thread that I started. How can I switch to the other
thread?

Armin

Feb 9 '07 #2
"Cor Ligthert [MVP]" <no************@planet.nlschrieb
Armin,

Did you already look what the debug -window .can do for you?

I don't know if that in the express version.
No, nothing there. Have looked everywhere, also "customize" and in the
options - no threads window. I know a free version is limited and that _real
features_ (like no disassembly; for example also stepping through the
assembler code; that's why I call it a feature not only a window) will be
missing, but leaving away such a window is IMO small minded. Really
annoying: I see the call stack of one thread, I know that I started others
but I don't have a chance to see what they are doing. Even tried the
Immediate window (never done it before), but Debug.Listthreads (or whatever
the command is called) also does not exist in the express version.
Armin

Feb 9 '07 #3
Armin,

I have no first hand experience with this subject, but I have read elsewhere
that this multithread debugging feature is absent from the Express editions.

So I don't think it is just a matter of you not being able to find the
feature.

Kerry Moorman
"Armin Zingler" wrote:
"Cor Ligthert [MVP]" <no************@planet.nlschrieb
Armin,

Did you already look what the debug -window .can do for you?

I don't know if that in the express version.

No, nothing there. Have looked everywhere, also "customize" and in the
options - no threads window. I know a free version is limited and that _real
features_ (like no disassembly; for example also stepping through the
assembler code; that's why I call it a feature not only a window) will be
missing, but leaving away such a window is IMO small minded. Really
annoying: I see the call stack of one thread, I know that I started others
but I don't have a chance to see what they are doing. Even tried the
Immediate window (never done it before), but Debug.Listthreads (or whatever
the command is called) also does not exist in the express version.
Armin

Feb 9 '07 #4
"Kerry Moorman" <Ke**********@discussions.microsoft.comschrieb
Armin,

I have no first hand experience with this subject, but I have read
elsewhere that this multithread debugging feature is absent from the
Express editions.

So I don't think it is just a matter of you not being able to find
the feature.

Aweseome :-( *cry* But I still have my VB 2003. :-) *laugh*

I don't need a "multithread debugging feature", only a window listing my
threads. ;-)
Armin

Feb 9 '07 #5

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