Project dlls are missing in Modules window
|March 4, 2014||Posted by forumadmin under TechQns||
I made a bunch of changes to fix a bug where I could not build. One of those changes finally worked, but now I can’t debug!
When I leave a breakpoint in my .cs file, the debugger says:
The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for the document.
Following the advice of stackoverflow, I checked the modules tab (Debug->Windows->Modlues), to see the symbol load information. The problem is, there is no project.dll!
WebDev.WebHost.dll is there and the included system.dlls are there. I checked my coworker’s machine and he has the project.dll, so something that I did broke the debugger.
Things suggested in other article I have tried include:
- Setting the project to debug mode
- cleaning and rebuilding all
- Editing the file and then reverting it to make sure it got rebuilt
- Making sure the correct startup project in the solution properties
- Making sure everything is built in debug mode in the solution properties
- Making sure that the ASP.NET debugger is checked in the project properties
- Making sure that the debug mode was set to full in the project properties
- Disabling ‘just my code’ in the debugger settings
- Restarting visual studios
- Restarting my computer
- Running Visual Studios as an Administrator
- Checking out a fresh copy of the code from source control
- Upgrading to Visual Studios 2013
- Switching my browser to Internet Explorer
- Making sure IIS is pointing to the right directory.
- Clearing C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\Temporary ASP.NET Files\project\ and giving edit permissions to all users.
What sorts of things should I do to get the project.dll into the debugger modules?
|Asked By – Holtorf||Read Answers|