-> Right-click "Target Platforms" and create 64 bit platform. Make it active.
-> Build the debug configuration. In output window I see that Clang based compiler is used.
-> Set break point at "return" statement.
-> Start debugging (e.g. with F9)
The application runs OK, but breakpoints are shown crossed (as if no debug information is available) and they are not triggered, so application exits immediately.
The documentation says, that debugging should work basically the same as for 32 bit compiler, but for some reason it does not. I'd highly appreciate if someone could tell me what may be the reason.
1. Debugging for 32 bit platform works just fine for me.
2. I tried 64 bit debugging on two versions: XE6 and XE8 - the behavior is the same for both versions.
Thanks in advance.
C++Builder: Cannot debug 64 bit app
7 years 3 months ago #2052
Well, that's really odd because I have the opposite problem (
) . I have a Win-7 x64 host running RAD Studio XE6, and I can set breakpoints on a Win-64 apps on a remote WIn-7 X64 host (symbols found). But I can't set breakpoints on the same app compiled for Win-32 when I debug it on a remote Win-7 x32 host, which you don't seem to have a problem with. Is that correct?