This protected mode debugger when used in conjunction with 386MAX or any other memory manager provides debugging services to protected mode, virtual 8086 mode programs, Windows 3.1x and Win95/98 programs, and DPMI and VCPI clients while occupying only a few kilobytes of conventional memory. It supports disassembly of the full 386, 387, 486, Pentium, Pentium Pro through the Pentium 4 MMX & SSE instruction set. Note that all of this documentation is included in the download file in HTML format.
Installing 386SWAT -- getting it into your system
386SWAT Profile Options -- configuring it
Invoking The Debugger -- bringing it up
Monochrome and Dual PCI VGA Support -- displaying it
Debugging Aids in 386MAX -- in case you're running my favorite memory manager
Debugging Screen and Keystrokes -- what it looks like and what you can type
Disassembly Bookmarks -- a feature for browsing through assembly code
Autofault -- a feature for understanding faults
Windows Debugging -- how it works under Windows
Windows Kernel Debugging -- very low-level debugging
Monitor mode -- conditional tracing
Command Line Actions -- built-in commands
Common Memory References -- dot commands
Register Mask Values -- bit mask modifiers for registers
NDP Register Screen -- Numeric Data Processor display
Remote debugging -- over a COM line
VCPI Program Debugging -- going where no debugger had gone before
Wish List -- it'll never be finished
Version History -- what's been done
This program is very preliminary. It lacks many of the features of a full-blown debugger. On the other hand, it has a few features they don't have.
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