docs: wine-devel [2/16]
Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Sun Sep 21 11:45:42 CDT 2003
Cleanup the debugging section.
RCS file: /var/cvs/wine/documentation/debugger.sgml,v
retrieving revision 1.25
diff -u -r1.25 debugger.sgml
--- documentation/debugger.sgml 15 Sep 2003 20:06:47 -0000 1.25
+++ documentation/debugger.sgml 16 Sep 2003 05:00:02 -0000
@@ -4,14 +4,6 @@
- Written by &name-eric-pouech; <email>&email-eric-pouech;</email>
- (Last updated: 9/15/2002)
- (Extracted from <filename>wine/documentation/winedbg</filename>)
<title>Processes and threads: in underlying OS and in Windows</title>
@@ -155,16 +147,9 @@
process</command> command, and then, with the
<command>attach</command> command, pick up the
<varname>wpid</varname> of the <varname>W-process</varname>
- you want to debug. This is (for now) a neat feature for the
- following reasons:
- you can debug an already started application
+ you want to debug. This is a neat feature as it allows you
+ to debug an already started application.
@@ -173,7 +158,7 @@
When something goes wrong, Windows tracks this as an
exception. Exceptions exist for segmentation violation,
- stack overflow, division by zero...
+ stack overflow, division by zero, etc.
When an exception occurs, Wine checks if the <varname>W-process</varname> is
@@ -253,7 +238,7 @@
You can stop the debugger while it's running by hitting
Ctrl-C in its window. This will stop the debugged process,
- and let you manipulate the current context
+ and let you manipulate the current context.
@@ -276,15 +261,7 @@
<title>Using the Wine Debugger</title>
- Written by &name-marcus-meissner; <email>&email-marcus-meissner;</email>,
- additions welcome.
- (Extracted from <filename>wine/documentation/debugging</filename>)
- This file describes where to start debugging Wine. If at any
+ This section describes where to start debugging Wine. If at any
point you get stuck and want to ask for help, please read the
<emphasis>How to Report A Bug</emphasis> section of the
<emphasis>Wine Users Guide</emphasis> for information on how to write
@@ -660,7 +637,7 @@
- Here are some useful debugging tips, added by Andreas Mohr:
+ Here are some additional debugging tips:
@@ -886,9 +863,6 @@
<title>Useful memory addresses</title>
- Written by &name-andreas-mohr; <email>&email-andreas-mohr;</email>
Wine uses several different kinds of memory addresses.
@@ -1705,10 +1679,6 @@
- <!-- *** Extra content spliced in from article by Andreas Mohr *** -->
- Following text written by &name-andreas-mohr; <email>&email-andreas-mohr;</email>
Here's how to get info about the current execution status of a
certain Wine process:
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