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    Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    I have recently started working with Carbide.c++ 2.0. Following a tutorial I was trying to debug "Hello World" app on the emulator.
    It did not hit any of my breakpoints. When I started debugging they became unresolved. I spent many hours with no result.
    My SDK is S60 3rd edition, MR. Needless-to-say that I am not using any dll, it is just first sample "Hello World". Please, help!

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    make sure you are building for a debug version. also restart carbide.c++ and clean build .

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Please correct me if I am wrong - I am a newbie in Symbian.
    I cleaned build and checked Project->Build Configurations->Set Active. It says "Emulator Debug (WINSCW)[S60-3rd...]".
    It looks for me as a Debug version. As a matter of fact, I am not even sure that I can build release version for the emulator through Carbide. Anyway, I built it and debugged with the same result: no breakpoints were hit.

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    yes that is correct
    i suggest clean your project so that you will not find the application on emulator.
    then building it. looks like some code / bin is already there in your build system that is not able to be updated.
    also make sure you do not have any errors in your console view,

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    yes that is correct
    i suggest clean your project so that you will not find the application on emulator.
    then building it. looks like some code / bin is already there in your build system that is not able to be updated.
    also make sure you do not have any errors in your console view,
    How can I do it? I have already done Project->Clean. It looks that it is not enough.

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Quote Originally Posted by pgmr26 View Post
    How can I do it? I have already done Project->Clean. It looks that it is not enough.
    i suggest running a file search in your sdk epoc folder with your porject name and delete all occurrences. [be careful not to delete sdk files] once done delete BUILD folder in size Epoc32

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Unfortunately, It did not change anything. I deleted all files with the prefix 'myfirstproj' and then the whole BUILD subfolder but the result is the same: none breakpoints were hit...

    I wonder if anyone can normally work with the emulator on Carbide.c++ 2.0 and stop on breakpoints?

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Quote Originally Posted by pgmr26 View Post
    Unfortunately, It did not change anything. I deleted all files with the prefix 'myfirstproj' and then the whole BUILD subfolder but the result is the same: none breakpoints were hit...

    I wonder if anyone can normally work with the emulator on Carbide.c++ 2.0 and stop on breakpoints?
    donot know what is going worng it your case but it works for us.

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    I dont have much to say apart from what kumar suggested, but one but of clarity :
    Hope you are using 'Debug' option and not 'Run' to debug and the build config is winscw udeb.
    Remember you can also clean/really clean from the command-line (i prefer this). use 'abld reallyclean winscw udeb'

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    I cleaned the project one more time from command line with the same effect. The only thought that comes to mind is I have TARM security update S60 and CodeWarrior installed. Might it cause the problem?

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Got the same problem with unresolved breakpoints but for gcce debug

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Quote Originally Posted by ekstrand_joachim View Post
    Got the same problem with unresolved breakpoints but for gcce debug
    are using using ODD then uninstall installed application before you start debugging

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    Re: Cannot make breakpoints resolved in Carbide.c++ v 2.0

    Yes Im using ODD. Tried to remove the app from the phone and clear everything built but still gets the same problem

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