Q51764: Debugging DLLs with Codeview
Article: Q51764 Product(s): See article Version(s): 2.20 2.30 Operating System(s): OS/2 Keyword(s): ENDUSER | | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 18-DEC-1989 To debug most DLLs (Dynamic Link Libraries) in CodeView, CVP (protected mode CodeView) Version 2.20 or later is required. For DLLs loaded via DosLoadModule(), CVP Version 2.30 or later is required. Invoke CodeView with the /L switch as follows: cvp /L dll1name /L dll2name main.exe Make sure that each DLL you want to trace into is specified by the /L option. CodeView cannot debug DLLs that have either IOPL or EXECUTEONLY specified with the CODE directive in the associated definition (.DEF) file. For DLLs that require these controls, the Kernel Debugger supplied with the SDK is required. Note: With CVP 2.30, pathnames cannot be specified for DLLs; therefore, the DLL must reside in the current directory. For more information, query on the following: CODEVIEW DLL LIBPATH
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