Tracing

hi
how can i setup the delphi development enviourment .
such that when i trace .it should go to the system calls/procedures also.f7 and Shift F7 r not doing good.
i have situation in which i have to trace a code of a component .while tracing i found that it's calling some procedures,but i am not able to find when r they being called.
plz explain
pala
palabrosAsked:
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God_AresCommented:
pres shift ctrl F11
turn on debug dcu's in the compiler tab at debugging.
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God_AresCommented:
if there isn't any source avalible it will not show what's hapening.
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palabrosAuthor Commented:
i have seen a delphi enviourment where tracing will leads to system files in delphi . i have tried removing the optimization option but it's doesn,t serve the purpose
like form.Show will trace into the unit forms
pala
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intheCommented:
what files specifically do you mean by system files?

as God_Ares said you'd need the source files to trace into them ,only have to put them in your path.
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DragonSlayerCommented:
Make sure that under the Compiler settings, check everything (except for Use Debug DCUs, I guess), then do a Build. It should then stop correctly (unless you do not have the VCL source in the first place?)
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palabrosAuthor Commented:
i mean while i tracing the code

Form1.Show;

in button click or any event will trace the code in the unit

unit Forms;

of the system and start tracing through the following code

procedure TCustomForm.Show;
begin
  Visible := True;
  BringToFront;
end;
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palabrosAuthor Commented:
can't anybody help me out of this
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palabrosAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the effort
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