DEBUG_FILTER_XXX

The DEBUG_FILTER_XXX constants are used for three different purposes: to specify individual specific event filters, to specify the break status of an event filter, and to specify the handling status of an exception filter.

Specific Event Filter

The following constants are used to specify specific event filters.

ValueEvent

DEBUG_FILTER_CREATE_THREAD

Create Thread

DEBUG_FILTER_EXIT_THREAD

Exit Thread

DEBUG_FILTER_CREATE_PROCESS

Create Process

DEBUG_FILTER_EXIT_PROCESS

Exit Process

DEBUG_FILTER_LOAD_MODULE

Load Module

DEBUG_FILTER_UNLOAD_MODULE

Unload Module

DEBUG_FILTER_SYSTEM_ERROR

System Error

DEBUG_FILTER_INITIAL_BREAKPOINT

Initial Break Point

DEBUG_FILTER_INITIAL_MODULE_LOAD

Initial Module Load

DEBUG_FILTER_DEBUGGEE_OUTPUT

Target Output

 

Break Status

The following constants are used to specify the break status of an event filter.

ValueDescription

DEBUG_FILTER_BREAK

The event will break into the debugger.

DEBUG_FILTER_SECOND_CHANCE_BREAK

The event will break into the debugger if it is a second chance exception.

DEBUG_FILTER_OUTPUT

A notification of the event will be printed to the debugger console.

DEBUG_FILTER_IGNORE

The event is ignored.

 

Additionally, for an arbitrary exception filter, setting the break status to DEBUG_FILTER_REMOVE, removes the event filter.

Handling Status

The following constants are used to specify the handling status of an exception filter.

ValueDescription

DEBUG_FILTER_GO_HANDLED

The exception has been handled.

DEBUG_FILTER_GO_NOT_HANDLED

The exception has not been handled.

 

Requirements

Header

DbgEng.h (include DbgEng.h)

 

 

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