Debugging via ActiveSync - 11-18-2009 , 08:38 AM
I've got an existing CE5 application that i will maintain. I'm running the
app from VS2005 and deploying to the device. I've set a breakpoint in a
module and hit F5 and get "the breakpoint will not currently be hit. The
specified module has not been loaded."
How do I enable this breakpoint during runtime for debugging?
In desktop apps I've had to add a reference say to another DLL but this
module is in the project.
Re: Debugging via ActiveSync - 11-18-2009 , 11:26 AM
Is your project running in Debug mode? If you are compiling for Release,
then the executable will not have the symbolic information required to hit
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Re: Debugging via ActiveSync - 11-19-2009 , 09:17 AM
Think part of the problem is I've never debugged a CE 5 app like this only
Pocket PC apps and I hear debugging is different for this OS. I just want
to debug to the device though so seems like it ought to be possible.
"LightStamp" <harry.simpson (AT) mapcoexpress (DOT) net> wrote
Re: Debugging via ActiveSync - 11-21-2009 , 11:10 AM
On Nov 18, 9:38*am, "LightStamp" <harry.simp... (AT) mapcoexpress (DOT) net>
device type. For instance I have a winmo5 project that I can debug
with breakpoints on a Dell Axim X51 (Winmo5), but debugging fails with
on a winmo6 iPaq device.
You may need to change your target platform. In Solution Explorer,
right click the project name and choose "Change Target Platform" near
the bottom of the context menu. Make sure you have the correct
windows mobile SDK that matches your hardware os version.
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