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The breakpoint will not currently be hit

The breakpoint will not currently be hit

The breakpoint will not currently be hit

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Hello everybody,

I am trying to debug 2 S-Function blocks using Visual Studio 2010. I have done it following the instructions of the link

http://www.mathworks.es/help/toolbox/simulink/sfg/bq2rjeu-1.html

Because I use Visual Studio for debugging I have done what says the point: "Debugging C MEX S-Functions Using the Microsoft Visual C++ .NET Environment".

When I place the breakpoints in the first S-Function block; everything is fine. But for the second S-Function block it does not stop there and placing the mouse over the breakpoint, it says:
"The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document"

The thing is that I have to check some values in the second block, so I should be able to place there a breakpoint, but I do not know what I have to do.

Thank you very much.

Regards,

waso

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