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print trace run window

Support forums for OllyDbg 32-bit Assembler-Level Debugger.
Developed by Oleh Yuschuk (http://www.ollydbg.de)
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sonra

print trace run window

Post by sonra »

Hello all
Can I print the trace data or send data to file so i can print his file
I try to do it and i got only one line output in file and in which version Ican do it
Regards Doron
blabberer
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Post by blabberer »

view -> run trace -> log to file -> defalut name is rtrace.txt

you can check mark append to existing file if you already have a log

and then start runtracing

all the commands that you will see in the runtrace window are logged to the text file as well
sonra

thanks

Post by sonra »

Hi
Thanks for quick response
i use version 2 and as I see when the program stop in break point , I have to enter the "stop logging" command otherwise the file is not written . Correct me if I am wrong
Can you explain what are the uses of the different commands
1) animate into
2) animate over
and the
3) trace into
4) trace over
and when i use the command
5)run hit trace

Regards ahead Doron
blabberer
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Posts: 1535
Joined: Wed Dec 08, 2004 11:12 am

Post by blabberer »

f7 single step == ctrl+f11 trace into == ctrl+f7 animate into

all these commands go through each and every assembly line if there is a call these commands will enter inside the call

f8 == step over == ctrl+f12 = trace over == ctrl+ f8 animate over

all these commands will not enter a call but will execute it in one step

trace into and trace over are silent you wont see anything visible while they are running

animate into and animate over will show visibly all the lines that are executed and you can watch the execution

and you should try them and experience them and then ask questions that are a bit more brain teaser

all it takes to find out what each does is click and see or keypress and see
sonra

thanks

Post by sonra »

thanks for reply
Doron
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