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==Debugging with DebugView==
 
==Debugging with DebugView==
Debug messages generated by kDebug() and kWarning() are not unless application is compiled in so-called CONSOLE subsystem. To show these messages in WINDOWS subsystem, you can use DebugView tool, coming from SysInternals (currently acquired by Microsoft).
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Debug messages (logs) generated by kDebug() and kWarning() are not visible on MS Windows unless application is compiled in so-called CONSOLE subsystem. To show these messages also in WINDOWS subsystem, you can use DebugView tool, coming from SysInternals (currently acquired by Microsoft). The tool offers searching in logs, filtering and saving them to file.
  
 
→ [http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/utilities/debugview.mspx More informations]
 
→ [http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/utilities/debugview.mspx More informations]

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Debugging with DebugView

Debug messages (logs) generated by kDebug() and kWarning() are not visible on MS Windows unless application is compiled in so-called CONSOLE subsystem. To show these messages also in WINDOWS subsystem, you can use DebugView tool, coming from SysInternals (currently acquired by Microsoft). The tool offers searching in logs, filtering and saving them to file.

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