You can't with Strawberry Perl. GCC symbols are usually embedded in the binary ("striped" is the power word). If your binary doesn't come with them, tough luck. Visual C Perl uses pdb files, which are usually distributed in a separate archive than the binaries. Activeperl 5.16 and older use Visual C and AS has .zips with the pdb files for download. Also windbg can not read GCC symbols. Only gdb can read GCC symbols. Also gdb can not read Visual C/windbg symbols. I suggest sticking with a strictly Visual C compiled process to keep your sanity.
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