I am using Visual Studio 2010 to write an add in that works with AutoCAD 2011.
My workstation OS is Windows 7 ultimate 64bit
I am running 64bit AutoCAD 2011
I am using Visual Studio 2010 proffesional.
Running my application in debug mode automatically runs AutoCAD. Until yesterday I was able to set breakpoints and step through my code. Now when i set a breakpoint invoking a custom command in AutoCAD produces a "NO SOURCE AVAILABLE" page. Nothing happens
until I hit (F5) to continue. My code then runs in AutoCAD but it never stops at my breakpoint.
The code is on a thumb-drive so I can move it to different locations. I have a laptop with 64bit Windows Proffesional, and AutoCAD 2011 64bit as well. I have no issues stepping through the very same compiled code. This is also true of my 64bit XP workstation
at the office.
Only my home workstation is behaving this way and I have no idea what changed. I have "repaired" both VS2010 and AutoCAD but that did not resolve the issue. Anyone have an idea what I can do?
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