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Debugging DLL in the IDE

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I've always made my DLLs in C++, so have always used TDW
for debugging.  I just started making some DLLs in Delphi and would like to test them with a test exe I made from within the IDE.  How?
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Sorry. Not in Delphi 1/2. Delphi 3 will have this feature.


Regards,

Erik.
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