using CW 10.2 build 120413.
I believe I've found a bug in the expressions window that has cost me a couple days of work.
In my c++ application, I am using a custom class that I will call classX. If I add classX to the expressions window, I can expand the view and see all the class members and their values. However, many of the class members were not showing the values that I woudl expect.
I picked a couple members from classX and compared the memory locations to the memory locations in the Variables window, and they have different addresses! It is offset by 10-20 words.
The base address of the class is the same in both the Expression and Variable windows, so I start going down the list to see where the memory is going wrong.
I hit a section of Enum values, Enum1, Enum2, Enum3, and THEY ALL POINT TO THE SAME MEMORY LOCATION! The variable immediately following the enums then starts to advance again.
Enum20x101<----- THESE ARE NOT ADVANCING
This is causing the entire class structure to get offset whenever there is an Enum value. I tried reproducing the problem with another struct/class but no luck. The class is rather large so I'm wondering if it's maybe a size issue??
Also, if I view the class in the Variables window, everything is correct so this is definitely a codewarrior problem.