I have the following situation:
I have a library (.lib and .dll) that I also have the source code to. I have an external program that uses this library. I am getting an internal error from a function inside the library and I want to debug into it from my external program. The library has a .dsw file but of course it produces the .lib and .dll so I can't just add my source files to it and compile.
So, my question is: Is there anyway to get the browse info of the library's workspace into the workspace of my program so that I can step through the library's source code? Alternatively, is there anyway to change a workspace from library to executeable so that I can add my source files to it, compile and debug that way?