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rocketsoft



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rocketsoft
I added a command line switch "crash#hhhhhhhh" where u can enter the offset from the
windows crash report, rasm then displays the location in your source code where it crashed!!


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Post 30 Oct 2011, 06:01
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When all else fails, read the source


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What is this in relation to? Are you saying that you can show where Windows has crashed?
Post 30 Oct 2011, 06:57
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rocketsoft



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rocketsoft
Thats a better formulation
if your application crashes under windows, windows gives u a message box
the offset where it crashed is also available
rasm simply displays the file and line number where it crashed using that offset
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When all else fails, read the source


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rocketsoft wrote:
if your application crashes under windows, windows gives u a message box ...
... only if the user does not have a debugger automatically triggered. Have a look at Ollydbg (and other similar debuggers), they can pop up during the crash to show you what has happened in the full program context.
Post 30 Oct 2011, 07:17
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rocketsoft



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rocketsoft
I dont use debuggers, i use inline print statenents to debug my source codes,its much better
i have never and will never use a debugger
needless to say rasm does not produce debug info
"full program context"? a debugger? u must be joking!
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