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Project > Options > Debugger > Symbol Tables > New

Use this dialog box to specify a new module name and path to be added to the list of symbols tables to be used during debugging. The module name and path are added to the list on the Symbol Tables page of the Project Options dialog box.

Item Description

Module Name

The name of the module to be added to the list of symbol tables. If the Load all symbols option is checked, all symbols are loaded and the list of modules is ignored. If the Load all symbols option is not checked, you can add the names of modules that the debugger will look for when loading symbol tables. Note that if you specify Load unspecified options, then only those in that list are not loaded.The string is interpreted as a module file name (such as foo.dll). This string can contain wildcards to specify multiple modules. For example, you can specify *core*.bpl to indicate modules such as oldcore1.bpl, newcore2.bpl, and so on.

Symbol Table Path

One or more directories containing the module to be added to the list of symbol tables. If you specify multiple directories for a module, use a semicolon to separate them. Click the ... button to display the Directory List dialog, where you can choose a directory.

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