Loading Debugger Extension DLLs

There are several methods of loading debugger extension DLLs, as well as controlling the default debugger extension DLL and the default debugger extension path:

You can also load an extension DLL simply by using the full !module.extension syntax the first time you issue a command from that module. See Using Debugger Extension Commands for details.

The extension DLLs that you are using must match the operating system of the target computer. The extension DLLs that ship with the Debugging Tools for Windows package are each placed in a different subdirectory of the installation directory:

  • The w2kfre directory contains extensions that can be used with the free build of Microsoft Windows 2000.

  • The w2kchk directory contains extensions that can be used with the checked build of Windows 2000.

  • The winxp directory contains extensions that can be used with Windows XP and later versions of Windows.

  • The winext directory contains extensions that can be used with any version of Windows. The dbghelp.dll module, located in the base directory of Debugging Tools for Windows, also contains extensions of this type.

If you write your own debugger extensions, you can place them in any directory. However, it is advised that you place them in a new directory and add that directory to the debugger extension path.

There can be as many as 32 extension DLLs loaded.

 

 

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