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DMD



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Hi to All!
I have the next question:
How I can make Pause/Continue option in typical Dialog.
I mean if push Start button - some process will be started and I have a possibility to choise Pause mode,
if I push Pause button - process will be stoped and if pushed Continue, process will be continue from current state.
Now I can`t solve this problem...

Best regards.
Post 09 Jun 2006, 09:30
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Madis731



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Madis731
The question isn't very clear to me, but it seems that the answer you are looking for doesn't exist.
I've tested many applications with OllyDBG and rare cases are when a process can survive a debugging session and continue later.

If you would please describe more accurately the problem you have I think someone on the boards can help, but I think that suspending a process for a while doesn't seem very possible.

Just a quick link here: http://www.sysinternals.com/ProcessesAndThreadsUtilities.html
Maybe it helps.
Post 09 Jun 2006, 10:05
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DMD



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Madis731 wrote:
The question isn't very clear to me, but it seems that the answer you are looking for doesn't exist.
I've tested many applications with OllyDBG and rare cases are when a process can survive a debugging session and continue later.

If you would please describe more accurately the problem you have I think someone on the boards can help, but I think that suspending a process for a while doesn't seem very possible.

Just a quick link here: http://www.sysinternals.com/ProcessesAndThreadsUtilities.html
Maybe it helps.

I spoke about algorithm Pause\Continue inside Dialog procedure or main programm.
Of course, using Olly as "button Pause" is possibile but not best choice.
Best way is somekind program`s algorithm. Smile
Post 09 Jun 2006, 10:25
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shoorick
try this toy. shoolib can be found in projects&ideas.
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Post 09 Jun 2006, 10:45
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DMD



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2Shoorick

Thanks Alot!

Will test it!
Post 09 Jun 2006, 10:49
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DMD: Use threads. Windows as a multithreaded OS allows you to use several at once. It means that at one time you can execute more than one code.
For your purpose, create normal dialog as always. Every calculations (or whatever you want to pause/continue) place in other procedure (named eg. ThreadProc). Then you create a new thread with it's starting address as ThreadProc. You save the returned thread handle, and having it - you can easily suspend/resoume that calucaltions thread. You'll have to use such APIs: CreateThread, SuspendThread, ResumeThread - all info about them is in win32 reference.
Post 09 Jun 2006, 11:58
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this is new version: without shoolib Smile and saves data also on system shutdown


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Post 10 Jun 2006, 06:31
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DMD



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2shoorick

Simply there are no words...

Best regards!
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