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Date: Sun, 25 Jul 1999 20:27:28 -0300
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From: "Cesar S. Rabak" <csrabak AT ipt DOT br>
Subject: Re: Bizarre debugging format problem
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At 11:06 25/07/99 +0300, you wrote:
>
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>> Exiting due to signal SIGINT
>> Control-Break Pressed at eip=00010ce6
>> eax=00000000 ebx=00000021 ecx=00000000 edx=0000000e esi=00000054
>> edi=000643ac
>> ebp=0006439c esp=00064390 program=D:\DEVELOP\TEST\DBGINFO\TESTIT
>> cs: sel=00ef  base=83231000  limit=0007ffff
>> ds: sel=00f7  base=83231000  limit=0007ffff
>> es: sel=00ff  base=83231000  limit=0007ffff
>> fs: sel=0117  base=00015bf0  limit=000028ff
>> gs: sel=0107  base=00000000  limit=ffffffff
>> ss: sel=00f7  base=83231000  limit=0007ffff
>> 
>> Call frame traceback EIPs:
>>   0x00010ce6   ___dpmi_int+114
>>   0x0000da99   _getch+49
>>   0x00001de1   _main+29
>>   0x0000d0aa   ___crt1_startup+138
>
>This seems to indicate that there's a real problem with line-number
>info in this program: symify didn't print them as well.  Could you
>please make this binary available for downloading, or send it to me?
>I want to look into it some more.
>
>This traceback also shows that you still use v2.01 library.  Why?
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Will you pardon, but _how_ do we figure this in the traceback?

Question for the sake of better grasp of DJGPP, hope interesting to
everyone in this list :-)

TIA

Cesar


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