Is there some test app that reliable crashes?
bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de
Tue Feb 25 15:53:22 CST 2003
>>>>> "Gerhard" == Gerhard W Gruber <sparhawk at gmx.at> writes:
Gerhard> On Tue, 25 Feb 2003 13:45:30 -0800, Dan Kegel <dank at kegel.com>
>> but in practice, only the bad pointer access does. For some reason,
>> raise(), assert(0), and abort() fail to trigger the debugger.
>> You can compile this easily with mingw or msvc running under wine.
>> (I did it with msvc.)
Gerhard> Thanks. I have neither installed, so it would be faster for me
Gerhard> to reboot. :) Anyway I just managed to fire the debugger. As I
Gerhard> understood the winehq instruction I thought that winedbg will
Gerhard> be fired as soon as an exception occurs, just like in windows
Gerhard> when Visual Studio is installed (or any other debugger for that
Gerhard> matter). But this doesn't work for me, or I missunderstood
Gerhard> it. Now I tried running agent directly from within winedbg and
Gerhard> this works so far. I still have to get accustomed to these
Gerhard> tools, though. :)
Why nor write Dan's example a ../dll/kernel/test/xx file? No windows
compiler needed. But don't make run by default :-)
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