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Why your Android NDK breakpoints might fail and how to fix them

, 1 Nov 2013 CPOL
This article explains why the breakpoints in native Android code might fail and how to fix them


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About the Author

Ivan Shcherbakov
Founder Sysprogs UG (haftungsbescrhänkt)
Germany Germany
Ivan Shcherbakov is a cofounder of the Sysprogs UG (haftungsbeschränkt), the company developing custom software, drivers and firmware and delivering VisualGDB - a Visual Studio plugin that allows using Visual Studio to build applications with GCC and debug them with GDB.

The main goal of VisualGDB is to combine the time-saving Visual Studio debugging experience with the wide application range of GDB, such as Linux applications and Embeddeed firmware.

A special Android Edition of VisualGDB allows building and debugging native Android code with Visual Studio easily and smoothly.

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