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CliffH
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# Posted on: 25-Jul-2006 19:11:44.  
Probably not a LLBLGen issue, but scoured the net looking for solutions to this problem. Trying it here with the hope that one of you knowledgeable guys would.

VS.NET 2003 solution with 4-projects. Can no longer debug properly because all breakpoints are skipped. I also frequently see this messagebox: "There is no source code available for the current location".

All solutions seem to relate to:-

Solution Config set to Release not Debug, which it is not

Lack of synch with .pdb files. Well, I've trashed the lot, all debug directories, build the solution again from scratch, and still the same wretched problems recur.

I've even seen posts like log off, on again and it will run once OK then revert to previous behaviour: skipped breakpoints, etc.

Anyone have any ideas on this before to save me wasting any more time.


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Otis
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# Posted on: 25-Jul-2006 21:36:49.  
You're sure you're building a debug build ?

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# Posted on: 26-Jul-2006 00:36:15.  
I have had this happen to me numerous times. Sometimes the breakpoints don't fire, and sometimes when they do and I am stepping through the code I will get that same message. I am convinced it is a bug in VS Studio 2003. The only solution I have come up with is to restart the debugging session.

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