built dll in release mode, adding event log entries referencing code

Discussion in 'C++' started by Idelso Quintero, Oct 1, 2004.

  1. Hi everyone:
    Hopefully someone has experienced this strange behavior before. I have
    an application's dll that is failing when certain input is entered. We
    know about it and are working on it. What is really weird is the
    description that is being added to the event log when the dll fails.
    It is mentioning specific .cpps (with directory location) and the line
    of code that is failing. Important to mention that the application is
    running on a server, not the development machine and the event log
    entry mentions directory information in the development machine. In
    other words it is behaving as if debugging symbols/information is kept
    in the dll, but as i said at the beginning, this dll is being compiled
    in released mode. Any idea if there is any specific hidden option in
    Visual C++, that might need to be turn on/off to avoid this.?
    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Idelso
     
    Idelso Quintero, Oct 1, 2004
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  2. "Idelso Quintero" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hi everyone:
    > Hopefully someone has experienced this strange behavior before. I have
    > an application's dll that is failing when certain input is entered. We
    > know about it and are working on it. What is really weird is the
    > description that is being added to the event log when the dll fails.
    > It is mentioning specific .cpps (with directory location) and the line
    > of code that is failing. Important to mention that the application is
    > running on a server, not the development machine and the event log
    > entry mentions directory information in the development machine. In
    > other words it is behaving as if debugging symbols/information is kept
    > in the dll, but as i said at the beginning, this dll is being compiled
    > in released mode. Any idea if there is any specific hidden option in
    > Visual C++, that might need to be turn on/off to avoid this.?
    > Any help will be greatly appreciated.
    >
    > Idelso


    You seem to be way off topic here, this is a group about the C++ language.

    I suggest you ask again on a group either about Windows or about the Visual
    C++ compiler. For instance news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.win32 or
    news:microsoft.public.vc.language

    john
     
    John Harrison, Oct 1, 2004
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