DEBUG_SYMBOL_SOURCE_ENTRY structure

The DEBUG_SYMBOL_SOURCE_ENTRY structure describes a section of the source code and a corresponding region of the target's memory.

Syntax


typedef struct _DEBUG_SYMBOL_SOURCE_ENTRY {
  ULONG64 ModuleBase;
  ULONG64 Offset;
  ULONG64 FileNameId;
  ULONG64 EngineInternal;
  ULONG   Size;
  ULONG   Flags;
  ULONG   FileNameSize;
  ULONG   StartLine;
  ULONG   EndLine;
  ULONG   StartColumn;
  ULONG   EndColumn;
  ULONG   Reserved;
} DEBUG_SYMBOL_SOURCE_ENTRY, *PDEBUG_SYMBOL_SOURCE_ENTRY;

Members

ModuleBase

The base address, in the target's virtual address space, of the module that the source symbol came from.

Offset

The location of the memory corresponding to the source code in the target's virtual address space.

FileNameId

Identifier for the source code file name. If this information is not available, FieldNameId is set to zero.

EngineInternal

Reserved for internal debugger engine use.

Size

The size of the region of memory corresponding to the source code. If this information is not available, Size is set to one.

Flags

Set to zero.

FileNameSize

The number of characters in the source filename, including the terminator.

StartLine

The line number of the start of the region of source code in the file. The number of the first line in the file is one. If this information is not available, StartLine is set to DEBUG_ANY_ID.

EndLine

The line number of the end of the region of source code in the file. The number of the first line in the file is one. If this information is not available, StartLine is set to DEBUG_ANY_ID.

StartColumn

The column number of the start of the region of source code. The number of the first column is one. If this information is not available, StartLine is set to DEBUG_ANY_ID.

EndColumn

The column number of the end of the region of source code. The number of the first column is one. If this information is not available, StartLine is set to DEBUG_ANY_ID.

Reserved

Reserved for future use.

Requirements

Header

DbgEng.h (include DbgEng.h)

 

 

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