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Debugging using an externally built executable file is useful in various situations.
There are reasons for building an output file in one environment and debugging in a different environment.
This technical note gives some examples of where this approach is useful, and instructions on how to configure the debug-only project.
An executable file is the output file, linked using the default file format.
Follow these steps:
The only project options that are meaningful to set for this kind of project are options in the General Options and Debugger categories.
Building in one environment and debugging in another environment is useful for several scenarios.
Read more in the C-SPY Debugging Guide chapter: Loading executable files built outside the IDE.
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