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Re: setting a breakpoint on a dll, relative path or absolute path issue
On 2011-6-12 15:56, Jan Kratochvil wrote:
On Sun, 12 Jun 2011 09:47:37 +0200, asmwarrior wrote:
Hi, thanks for the reply.
1, either we should store the
in the symbol tables.
This does not work, the paths are not the same:
$ mkdir dir dir/subdir; echo file>dir/file; ln -s dir/subdir symlink; cat symlink/../file file
cat: file: No such file or directory
And one of the MinGW principles is to keep the backslashed names (\), not to
translate them to slashed ones (/) like CygWin does.
In-fact, personally, I'm not care about whether we use forward slash or
backward slash. If it break something, we can consider another way.
So, as you said, the proposed method 1 is not suitable, can we use or
improve the method 2?
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