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    Default Re: A DataFlex 3.2 debugger package called 'the Bugger'

    Hi Sture,

    Quote Originally Posted by Sture View Post
    Do you know if you are using the DD enabled one or the one that's not? Both are in the download. And you should use the not DD enabled one.

    Is the bugger included "before" the missing variables are declared?

    -Sture
    I found this one , where can i find the other

    https://www.dataaccess.eu/resources/...842?dagapsg=64

    Wim

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    Default Re: A DataFlex 3.2 debugger package called 'the Bugger'

    And then Garret wanted a 64 bit DataFlex Character Mode product...

    Maybe he wanted to have it doing unicode as well...
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    Default Re: A DataFlex 3.2 debugger package called 'the Bugger'

    Of course Unicode! Multicode as well....

    Garret

    All my life,I always wanted to be somebody. Now I see that I should have been more specific.


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    Default Re: A DataFlex 3.2 debugger package called 'the Bugger'

    Quote Originally Posted by Garret Mott View Post
    Of course Unicode! Multicode as well....

    And support for Qubits obviously...
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    Default Re: A DataFlex 3.2 debugger package called 'the Bugger'

    And that's the only one there is. I can see in the package file that it automatically switches between DD and non DD according to you setup.

    Did you confirm that bugger.pkg is included _before_ the declaring of the variables that are missing from the variable inspector?

    -Sture

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