Hi KetiIO and All!
I have resolved my problem. Dbgwin works under Win2k now. It didn't work because Win2k doesn't support function RegisterClassEx.
Posted on 2001-10-04 21:23:45 by vkim
Hi vkim

I am going to love this one. As usual ideas starts poping up.
Is it possible to include a macro that halts the executuon
of my code until I click a button in the debug win?
Is it possible to create a macro that traces the value of a var,
say every second?

Posted on 2001-10-05 03:12:48 by KetilO
Thanks guys.
I see that it's a subject that attracts a lot of interest :)

I think I agree we fooder.

I started using SoftIce in the good old DOS days to cra... ehm ... understand games and similar proggies, and never stopped since.
But some time (in particular on my office machine) I cannot be arsed to load it.
OllyDbg was a surprise. It's nice for quick debugging tasks. Haven't fully explored all the functions yet (I used it only once) but I like the layout :)
TRW2000 doesn't work on W2K (even if the name suggests otherwise)

And the msgbox or similar ... ehm ... that isn't exactly debugging to me. Quick and dirty way to find some specific "holes" but that's about it. I liked the windbg thingie though ... not sure I'll ever use it though (too lazy I guess)

Finally the brain. What can I say ... if only mine wasn't leased ;-P

Posted on 2001-10-05 07:35:42 by random

It didn't work because Win2k doesn't support function RegisterClassEx.

Ehhh... what?! MSDN says NT 4.0 or later is required for RegisterClassEx,
so it's surely supported on win2k. A lot of apps uses this API, and
they definitely work on my win2k. It must be you who have done
something wrong :).
Posted on 2001-10-05 07:47:07 by f0dder
I don't know Win2k very well because my "native" OS is Win98.
So I can be wrong. But when I tested my program under Win2k it crashed when RegisterClassEx was called. Could You send to me an example of using this one under Win2k? My e-mail is vkim@aport2000.ru. Thanks!
Posted on 2001-10-05 11:53:08 by vkim
vkim, I can't send you any specific example, because every RegisterClassex I've done under win2k has worked properly. I'm guessing
you must have done somethign wrong, either under assembly or lnk.
Post code and assembly + link optio?ns for community to debug?
Posted on 2001-10-05 23:20:28 by f0dder