ReactOS Roadmap: version 0.3.11

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hto wrote: Maybe OllyDbg (though I don't know does it work or not).
bugboy knows. Page for him.
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Ollydbg starts up but cant run process. I`ll provide bugreport if you would look into this issue.
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I just submitted a bug with a testcase - 4711. What seems to happen is that the child process starts running and the debugger never gets any debug event notifications. In my case, the child test is just a hello world program, so it runs and exits.

I have this vague recollection that some of this used to work in a previous build (I could use cdb - command-line version of the windbg debugger).
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Thanks ericy. Actually, would you care to join us on IRC? Most of the devs usually conduct their discussions there as well as on the ros-dev mailing list.
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Haos wrote:@Petru

You are not really that long with us to witness any gcc-related suffering, but believe me, it exists. For example, its a source of our reluctance towards any c++ code.
Hmm.... I wonder if apple's modifications of GCC work any better? http://www.opensource.apple.com/
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You are not really that long with us to witness any gcc-related suffering, but believe me, it exists. For example, its a source of our reluctance towards any c++ code.
It's funny - we went through the same thing some 10-15 years ago with Linux. Some wanted C++, others felt the compiler wasn't stable enough. Kind of a shame, really.
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ericy wrote: It's funny - we went through the same thing some 10-15 years ago with Linux. Some wanted C++, others felt the compiler wasn't stable enough. Kind of a shame, really.
Maybe it's a phase all kernel devs go through.
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hto wrote:GCC 4.4.1 will be released next week. But ReactOS still uses GCC 4.1.3…
The MinGW project made an official release with GCC 4.4.0.
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So what? We probably wont be able to use it.
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Haos wrote: So what? We probably wont be able to use it.
What is the reason for such conservatism? :)
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Specific ReactOS patch that can be found at http://svn.reactos.org/viewcvs/reactos/ ... E/Patches/ if you want to port them :)
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ericy wrote:One thing I would like to request is that someone work on windbg and cdb and fix reactos so that these are stable and usable debuggers.
Pardon the thread necromancy, but I want to report that WinDbg should be working effectively on ReactOS now.. See http://cia.vc/stats/author/sginsberg
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