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Running this sample application yields
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C:>C:\AWDBIN\WinXPx86chk\01sampleexe Welcome to Advanced Windows Debugging!!!
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An important note is that the resulting output directories are named according to the following convention:
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obj<flavor>_<platform>_<architecture1>\<architecture2>\<target executable>
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The flavor can be one of the following:
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chk: Corresponds to checked builds fre: Corresponds to free builds
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Introduction to the Tools
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The platform can be one of the following:
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wnet: Corresponds to Windows Server 2003 wxp: Corresponds to Windows XP
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The architecture1 can be one of the following:
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Finally, architecture2 can be one of the following:
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All the samples in this book are built using the freely available WDK; however, the samples should build correctly using the Visual Studio environment; but no testing has been done using this build environment This book does not aim to detail every aspect of the WDK but rather just use the basic build mechanism to provide realistic samples of tough debugging problems that occur frequently in the software world For more in-depth information on the WDK, refer to the documentation
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Ethereal
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Usage Scenarios Current Version Download Point Analysis Mechanism Network Protocol Analyzer 099 http://wwwetherealcom/downloadhtml Network traces
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Ethereal is a powerful, open source network protocol analyzer that can be used to help the troubleshooting of cross machine calls Ethereal allows you to capture and analyze data from a live network or analyze previously created capture files When installing Ethereal, choose the typical installation option 8, Interprocess Communication, gives examples of how to use Ethereal to help analyze and track down interprocess communication issues in your code
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Summary
DebugDiag
1 INTRODUCTION TO THE TOOLS
Usage Scenarios Current Version Download Point
Analysis Mechanism
Process troubleshooting (memory leaks and crashes) 10 Part of the IIS Diagnostics Toolkit http://www microsoftcom/downloads/detailsaspx familyid=9BF A49BC-376B-4A54-95AA-73C9156706E7& displaylang=en Debuggers, log files
DebugDiag was originally designed to help analyze performance issues with IIS, but it can be used equally well with any process It combines the following troubleshooting features:
Process crash data gathering: Much like the Windows debuggers, DebugDiag attaches to a process and generates dump files when a crash or exception occurs Memory leaks: The DebugDiag tool injects a DLL into the process to be monitored for leaks and monitors memory allocations over time A dump is then generated, which can be analyzed to find the leaking code path Depending on the allocation pattern of the application, the tool calculates a leak probability A powerful extensible object model (COM based): This surfaces the information needed to analyze the memory leaks and process crashes
When installing the IIS Diagnostics Toolkit, choose the typical installation option 14, Power Tools, gives examples of how to use DebugDiag to help analyze and track down memory leaks and process crashes
Summary
The tools described in this chapter constitute a developer s best friend Rather than relying on expensive trial-and-error approaches to navigate your way around tough problems, these free tools will not only reduce the amount of time you spend on identifying and tracking down difficult bugs, but they will also surface bugs that otherwise might not be found during testing Considering the fact that these tools are available
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Introduction to the Tools
free of charge as simple downloads, there should be no reason not to fully integrate these tools into the development process (making them a great complement to integrated development tools) Mastering these tools is a key ingredient to becoming highly efficient in the debugging process Throughout the remainder of this book, we will show you how to master these tools by utilizing them to track down tough and common problems
C H A P T E R
INTRODUCTION TO THE DEBUGGERS
The software debugging process has different meanings, depending on the programming language used to create the product, as well as the situation at hand and the developer s experience Although some developers are still debugging by using extensive console printouts or analyzing verbose logging files, most are using a specialized tool: a debugger This chapter focuses on the Debugging Tools for Windows, freely available from Microsoft Corporation It contains several debuggers, which we describe shortly Why are those debuggers so important The Windows debuggers are enhanced in parallel with the Windows development process since they are used to debug each operating system version As a result, they are always in sync with the latest operating system version or service pack Since the same tools are also used to debug previous versions of the operating systems, debugger developers work hard to ensure that the current debuggers are compatible with existing systems When a specific piece of functionality is not available in the older operating systems, the debuggers fail gracefully To realize the backward compatibility level of these debuggers, it is enough to mention that the latest Windows debuggers work with Windows 9x/Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, and Windows Vista Other qualities of these debuggers are not obvious, such as the extensibility, the minimal install, and runtime requirements The Windows debuggers functionality can be enhanced with domain specific extensions, running simultaneously with the existing debugger commands But they are also very flexible because they do not require any local registration, making them the true xcopy installable ; they can run from any location (such as a USB thumb drive, where the debugger folder has been copied from another installation), and the memory they require is very small In a parallel development, the 64-bit family of the Windows operating systems is the first step of introducing 64-bit computing into the mainstream, and many development companies are already planning to convert 32-bit applications to 64-bit Debugging Tools for Windows offers an excellent debugging environment for the 64bit platform