pras38

During debugging, whenever there is a function call from an other package/project i get the dialog box showing "no source code available- show disassembly code ". Now this is expected. But I think there is an option to make VC++ look into other directories for the source files, but am not sure how to enable that option.


Re: Visual Studio Debugger no source code available - show disassembly

JimGries - MSFT

Source paths can be set by:

1) Right clicking on your solution in the Solution Explorer window and choosing Properties

2) Select the "Debug Source Files" entry on the left.






Re: Visual Studio Debugger no source code available - show disassembly

memolesta

I have the same error, but Im not adding nothing to the project, it is empty, just an empty project like one that you would have if you make a new project in visual C++, then make a dialog based or any other type, I run it and it ask me the same thing if I put the arrow over the dialog window, it asks if I would like to see the disassembly window.

Your comments are not enough to me, sorry I dont find that option, can you be a little bit more specific

Im using visual studio 2005. Thanks!!




Re: Visual Studio Debugger no source code available - show disassembly

JimGries - MSFT

I also don't quite understand the repro scenario you're trying to describe, but I can give you some followup.

Anytime you create any project, there is always going to be a solution. It could be that your settings are hiding it. If you only see your project as the top-most node in the Solution Explorer, then this is the problem. To make sure the Solution node is always displayed, make sure you uncheck the "Always show solution" option in Tools->Options->Projects and Solutions".