4.3.8. Persistence of DLL settings

The persistence of the DLL settings between sessions, and how they are stored, depends on the debugger you are using:

ADW (SDT 2.51)

Saves most of the DLL session settings in the registry. However, it does not save session settings that have been introduced since Multi-ICE Release 1.3, such as the state of the read-ahead cache enabled check box.

ADW (ADS 1.0.1), ADU (ADS 1.0.1)

Saves all the DLL session settings in a file within the user profiles. For example, on Windows NT the filename is:

c:\winnt\profiles\username\adwtoolconf-default.cnf

If you use the -session name parameter to start ADS 1.0 ADW, the settings for each session are stored in different files, where default is replaced by name.

AXD (ADS 1.0.1)

Saves all the DLL session settings in the registry.

AXD (ADS 1.1 or later)

Saves all the DLL session settings in the registry, or in the file you specify when you select File ? Save Session.

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