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32bit version of debug.exe?

jeffleydajeffleyda Member Posts: 390
I've got this pretty neat replacement for DOS Debug that can use and display 32bit registers which I got with a book on optimizing for pentium processors. It's a super handy utility and I use it often, but its got some nasty bugs that keep it from replacing my debug.exe altogether.

Anyone know of another source for a 32bit version of good ole debug.exe?

I'm not looking for borland turbo debugger or soft-ice, etc. I need something that I can run in DOS, create little programs, trace code, input script files, etc just like debug does.

thanks!

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  • blipblip Member Posts: 756
    GRDB is good, but incomplete (nonetheless, useful!).
  • jeffleydajeffleyda Member Posts: 390
    : GRDB is good, but incomplete (nonetheless, useful!).
    :

    Oh my! this is EXACTLY what I was looking for. And with source in .ASM! I couldn't be happier.

    thanks much,

    -jeff!

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