extracting info from a minidump via winedbg
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Thu Mar 29 15:41:19 CDT 2007
Am Donnerstag, 29. März 2007 schrieb Eric Pouech:
> Dennis Schridde a écrit :
> > Hello Wine users!
> > I've got a minidump from a ("real") Windows user of our game and would
> > like to extract information from it using winedbg.
> > The information winedbg gives me by default, is this:
> > [...]
> > Which is pretty rare.
> > Via addr2line I can translate the backtrace to possibly valid locations
> > in our sourcefiles.
> > My questions are:
> > - Why doesn't winedbg extract the sourcecode locations itself?
> because it needs the original PE files (.exe, .dll) to get to the debug
> those files must be seated in directories listed in the _NT_SYMBOL_PATH
> environment variable
Maybe I am just doing it wrong, but
_NT_SYMBOL_PATH=. winedbg warzone2100.mdmp
doesn't change anything... (Even supplying the full path doesn't.)
The exe (not all dlls, because I don't have a copy of the user's system) is of
course in the working directory.
> > - Why doesn't winedbg show me the other information included in the
> > minidump, like the loaded modules, commandline options or version
> > information?
> 'info share' should do part of it... winedbg doesn't show the command
> line info nor options
That only shows me the memory ranges of some modules. The minidump includes
more info, like the paths to dlls and similar. I am not sure whether it
includes version information, but it certainly contains the commandline used
to start the app.
> other thing you can do is to use winedump (man winedump)
How do I do this? And what will it provide? I tried
winedump -G warzone2100.exe
but I have no idea what I shall do with that tremedously long and cryptic
> > - How can I get the parameters to the last called function(s)?
> see above for debug info
If the general debug info worked, that would also show me the function
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