Debugger Project Settings

 

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Certain project settings also affect debugging. These settings determine such things as what directories the debugger looks at, the command and command arguments used to launch the program, and the type of debug information created for the program. You can change these settings in the Property Pages dialog box.

This section describes what options are available, and how to set them.

How to: Specify Debugger Settings
Describes debugger settings in the Options dialog box.

How to: Set Debug and Release Configurations
Describes the Debug and Release settings, and how to switch between them.

Project Settings for a C++ Debug Configuration
Lists properties available in the Property Pages dialog box for C or C++ projects.

Project Settings for C# Debug Configurations
Lists properties available in the Property Pages dialog box for C# projects.

Property Pages Settings for Web Projects
Lists properties available in the Property Pages dialog box for web projects.

Project Settings for a Visual Basic Debug Configuration
Lists properties available in the Property Pages dialog box for Visual Basic projects.

Specify Symbol (.pdb) and Source Files
Describes how the debugger uses symbol files and source files to display information for debugging.

Debug apps in Visual Studio
Describes how to debug Windows Store apps. (Windows Dev Center)

Debugger Settings and Preparation
Describes the debugger-related property settings, and the preparation needed in order to debug your program with the Visual Studio debugger.

Debugger Security

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