User and Reference Guide

  • 2020
  • 10/23/2020
  • Public Content
Contents

Modules View

Menu
Window > Show View > Modules
Toolbar
modules view
Modules
The Modules view allows you to view information about the modules loaded in the current debug session, including executables and shared libraries. The view contains two areas:
  • Module tree - displays all modules involved in the current session. To view module internals like functions, global variables and others, expand the module instance.
  • Detail pane - displays information on the module selected in the module tree: file name, symbol file name, address, size, flags, and other details.
For more information on loading modules, see Loading Debug Information.
View Toolbar Options
You can interact with the Modules view using the following buttons:
collapse all
Collapse All
Collapses all modules in the module tree.
load symbols
Load Symbols for All Modules
Loads the symbols for all modules involved in the current session. This option does not affect the modules with already loaded symbols.
refresh view
Refresh
Refreshes the view and updates the module tree.
view menu
View Menu
Opens a list of the following options: +
  • Layout: provides alternative layout options for the view.

Product and Performance Information

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