I am having trouble debugging C source files that are located in a
directory outside of the project directory. For example, in a test
project I have three files:
c:\temp\file1.c - contains main()l
c:\temp\file2.c - contains a function called from main().
c:\file3.c - contains a function called from main().
The project file is in c:\temp
When I start a debug session in uVision3 (V3.03a) I can step
through the code in file1.c and file2.c, but NOT file3.c [which is
located in a directory higher than the project files]. The debugger
does not associate the C file with the assembler and I can only step
through the assembler.
Any advice as to where I am going wrong greatly appreciated.
Give this a try.
Thanks for the fast response ....
I tried entering SET "SRC = C:\" [where my test file is]in the
command window - but no luck :o(
I'm sure I'm missing something obvious. I'm upgrading a project
from an old version of uVision where I didn't have this problem to
the latest that came with a eval kit.
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