On 7/18/07, Rick McGuire <object.rexx@gmail.com> wrote:
Windows DEBUG build normally has all compiler optimizations disabled.  Occasionally (such as the problem I just fixed), you end up with a problem that only surfaces when the code is optimized.  In that case, you want an optimized compile with debug symbols to help figure out what's failing. 
 
Yes, this is a good idea.  There is a knowledge base article that lists the compile and link options to build an optimized version with debug symbols. 
 
KB291585  How to Create Debug Symbols for a Visual C++ Application
 
It is in my MSDN Library, you can probably find it on the Internet also.
 
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Mark Miesfeld