You may have misunderstood my question. The DLL is written in GFortran, not in VB.Net. It is being loaded/called by a VB.Net executable.
Iâll repost the question on the CDT forum, though.
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Subject: Re: [photran] How to debug a Fortran DLL in Eclipse/GDB
My suggestion would be to ask this question on the CDT forum, since this is more about how to get the CDT debugger working with a
VB.Net DLL rather than anything to do with Fortran. Presumably the same issue would exist for C/C++ or other languages.
I have built a DLL using Eclipse (Mars) and GFortran (5.3.0). The DLL is called by a VB.Net application,
but is failing somewhere inside the DLL. The DLL is compiled to include debug symbols.
Is there a way to bring up the DLL in the Eclipse debugger? How do I attach the debugger to my DLL, given that the DLL doesnât start running until the VB.Net program
calls it? I have GDB 7.6.1 installed.
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