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Okay, I’ve also found my original files, but they’re not small. Word Doc about 1.6 MB. Except that the pictures are much cleaner, it’s the same info as the web capture I mentioned above.
I’ve located a capture I did of the article I mentioned. I can upload it or e-mail it to whoever wants it. I’m still digging for my original source, but this will do as well for info. Believe me, it’s a lot easier to read than the source file comments. Let me know.
I’m many years out of the loop, but back when, I wrote a rather complete article for the Newsletter detailing exactly how the debug features in TTDBG (the additions written by Michel Vodika) worked. That article doesn’t appear to be on this version of the Forum, and I may not have a local copy anymore, but maybe Clay knows where to get it. If so, it may have Deley listed as author; that apparently happened when he took over editing things for MESI, as most things I’d done were changed to make him the official author at that time. You’ll know you’ve got the right article if the embedded screen shots use a pale cyan background and the code shown uses a peculiar box comment style that I favor.
As for single-step debugging, I don’t believe a Windows debugger was ever written, so, unfortunately, you can’t do that.
That answered a lot, and some is figured out. Some of my trouble came from only having a ME2006 manual for info. I guess 2008 doesn’t use a directory for tracking net id’s (that was the directory left empty).
There’s still one issue, though. The net client installer will create a subdirectory of the directory you pointed to using ME110_CFG_DIR, of the same name but with “.04” appended, and use it for the Config directory, not the one the variable pointed at. In any event, you’ll point at the wrong directory from then on. In spite of that, it still appears to work.
Thanks for the response, Clay.
Hey, Keymaster, Gatekeeper here. Long time no speak, Clay. If you could, would you contact me at my email? Having the Devil’s own time reaching anyone, and another long-time user in the same boat has resorted to contacting me. Throw me a lifeline, okay? Thanks.