faultrep:display useful information in ReportFault

Jérôme Gardou jerome.gardou at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 13:51:52 CST 2009

Alexandre Julliard a écrit :
> "Jérôme Gardou" <jerome.gardou at gmail.com> writes:
>> Well, launching winedbg instead of printing incomplete information is, 
>> IMHO, the best way to make something useful, and, as you said it, 
>> kernel32 is always builtin, as ntdll, and faultrep is too close of the 
>> system internals to be a totally winapiesque dll. After all, kernel32 
>> already exports a few wine_* functions.
>> To be honest, I'd really like to have an opinion about this patch before 
>> sending it and being silently rejected.
> You certainly don't want to add exports to kernel32 for that. Launching
> the debugger isn't hard to do in faultrep, plus you most likely want to
> do it differently from what kernel32 does.
Is this one too hackish for you ?
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