I am trying to use my .NET 4.5 program to, among other things, launch a Cygwin process and read its log file. The code is pretty simple:
string cygwin_exe_path = "C:\(path)\teLeap.exe";
ProcessStartInfo cyg = new ProcessStartInfo();
cyg.FileName = cygwin_exe_path;
var tleap_proc = Process.Start(cyg);
When I build the program in Visual Studio 2012 and then run it by manually clicking it in Windows Explorer, it runs perfectly and the Cygwin process launches as expected. However, when I run my program via the VS2012 debugger, I get a popup window that says "The program can't start because cygwin1.dll is missing from your computer." This is a huge problem for me because I have a lot of subsequent code which needs debugging and requires the cygwin process's log file to execute.
To clarify, I have no need of debugging the Cygwin program; I already know that it works. Is there any way to get it to run (by pointing it to the cygwin1.dll file) when debugging my program?
Edited 3 Years Ago by Danja: syntax