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#1 Posted : Thursday, July 19, 2007 3:58:33 AM(UTC)

Pikel  
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Hello,
When i use any of C++ ClassLibs VS is acting weird(2003 or 2005). For example it displays wrong line numbers for comiplation errors and debugger's break points wont work(it shows that the breakpoint is not accesible). Anyone else experiencing these problems?
 

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#2 Posted : Sunday, July 22, 2007 2:15:32 AM(UTC)

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One of my colleagues saw a problem similar to the debugger
not stepping correctly with the code lines in Visual Studio .NET (and some Borland
programming environments too). The reason turned out to be lines ending with
Carriage Return characters only instead of Carriage Return/Line Feed pairs. For
such lines, the IDE text editor displays them in one way, while the debugger sees them in another way.
One way to solve it was to open the source text file in Visual Studio 5 or 6 then save it again.


Another way, if you don't have Visual Studio 6, is to select
the whole file text contents and cut it. Then open a new blank MS Word document
and select "Paste Special..." from the Edit menu and paste it as
"Unformatted Text". After that, select the whole text in MS Word, cut it and go back to the VS.NET file and paste it there.

 
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