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GeneralRe: Mixing Debug and Release during execution Pin
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GeneralRe: Mixing Debug and Release during execution Pin
Rajesh R Subramanian16-Apr-09 2:25
mvpRajesh R Subramanian16-Apr-09 2:25 
And how will you know what is happening in the executable if it is built with no debug information? For instance, if an assertion occurs in the executable (even while loading the DLL), you won't know it. You don't have to compile the executable every time. You say the executable remains the same, so, you can have it built with debug symbols in it. After your bugs are fixed, you can build binaries without debug information in it.

Somehow, the idea of mixing separate binaries, some with and some without debug information doesn't look strikingly impressive. Hmmm | :|


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