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SFeLi



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SFeLi
Please test :)

I've rewritten ZFasConv with fasm and added it an ability to load source code.

• When a .fas file is in the same directory as your .exe or .dll, fasolly will load it automatically, otherwise you'll need to select it manually via Plugins menu.
• You can display source by right-clicking CPU window and selecting View->Source as comments.
• By now plugin can't resolve source paths correctly - either use fasmw or specify a full path (fasm.exe C:\path\to\your\src.asm -s src.fas). This will be fixed later.
• To remove all names added by fasolly, right-click CPU window and select Analysis->Remove object scan from module.

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Description: fasolly v0.2
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Post 23 Dec 2010, 15:40
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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Post 23 Dec 2010, 15:48
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ejamesr



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ejamesr
Is there a source-debugging solution that will work in 64-bit Vista?

I can debug with Ollydbg v2.00.01, but the fasolly plug-in does not appear to work with that version. And Ollydbg v1.10 immediately gets lost trying to debug any exe file, so I can't use it at all.

It's frustrating using such a great FASM assembler, but as my source code gets more and more complex, when debugging I need to see the source code, or at least some symbolic information. If I can't get a quick solution, I'll have to go back to MASM.

Thanks!
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asmhack



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Here's a logo for your project, SFeLi. Wink wrote:

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Post 17 Mar 2011, 21:45
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SFeLi



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ejamesr, OllyDbg 2 still doesn't support plugins so there's no .fas loader for it, but there are another methods here and here.

asmhack, nice Smile
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ejamesr



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ejamesr
SFeLi wrote:
ejamesr, OllyDbg 2 still doesn't support plugins so there's no .fas loader for it, but there are another methods here and here.

asmhack, nice Smile


Thanks, SFeLi - I'll see if I can get the first method to work.

Also, last night I downloaded RadASM and will see if that helps at all.

Thanks,

Eric
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bzdashek



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Thanks, that's just great!
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bzdashek



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I fixed it to run under windows 8 (added "readable" to .reloc section).


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Post 02 Nov 2012, 20:27
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SFeLi wrote:
ejamesr, OllyDbg 2 still doesn't support plugins so there's no .fas loader for it, but there are another methods here and here.

asmhack, nice Smile


I've updated my solution here.

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