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Visual Studio 2005/VB.Net - dumb debugging question

Posted on 2006-11-08
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I have a main program that calls some assemblies, one of which I need to debug. Setting breakpoints in the main program when I run it does not allow me to debug into the assemblies. I know I've done this before, but it's been a long time and I forgot how.

So, how do I do it?

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if you run it in Debug build (Configuration Manager, Debug) instead of Release you may be able to do this, did you try it? set the breakpoint before the call to another assembly and F8 (step by step) into it and there's a chance you will achieve this.
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