>So, I'm trying to use the debugger on a rather large program. I have the >"bug" clicked only on the one .INCL file I want to trace, and at the top >of that file I have a TROFF statement. Within that file, in the one >function I want to examine, I have a TRON BREAK. > >The problem is, whenever I try to run the program, I get an alert with >this message: > >STOP at line 1000 >in file SUBS DEBUGGER.INCL >Missing Debug Resources! > >And an option to either stop or continue. If I choose to continue, the >debugger window opens, but the application quits as soon as I say "Go". > >I am using FB^3 Version 6, with the 6.0.3 headers. All are freshly >installed. I'm running FB under Classic within OSX. The debugger .RSRC >file is in the headers folder along with with SUBS DEBUGGER.INCL. > >Thoughts or suggestions? > John, What happens if you also "bug" the .MAIN file? I seem to recall some strange behaviors if it isn't in the debug chain, so I always click it along with anything else I want to debug. I don't know whether you can get away with putting a TROFF at the top of it or not. hth e-e =J= a y "