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Old 03-26-2007 , 12:28   Re: amxxdump
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Very nice. You may want to have it print AMXX_VERSION_STR[6]="blah" so you don't have to dump the symbol table to see the value.
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Old 03-26-2007 , 12:43   Re: amxxdump
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Yeah, I'm not quite sure why that's printing AMXX_VERSION_STR like that; it prints the other variables just fine.

fixed ololol

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Old 03-26-2007 , 16:12   Re: amxxdump
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Maybe there could be a (more) proper section for useful tools like this in forums.

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Old 03-26-2007 , 18:03   Re: amxxdump
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very nice, sawce
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Old 03-26-2007 , 21:35   Re: amxxdump
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The null pointer exception error and virtual machine bug
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Old 03-26-2007 , 21:38   Re: amxxdump
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I think you got that as I was just uploading 1.4.

Added:
  • -g: Display global variables. A bug in the pawn compiler will make unused stock variables display in here as well.
  • Displays comments on STACK/FILL lines.
  • More tweaks to native output.
  • Added comments when a variable scope starts (and whether it's "new" or "static")
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Old 03-26-2007 , 22:19   Re: amxxdump
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Probably. Works now.
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Old 04-01-2007 , 10:19   Re: amxxdump
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Updated to 1.5, fixed some crashes with the native parser on some awkward natives. Added -h, -N, and -A (consult -? for more details). Changed most address output (except for the disassembly itself) to be 0x%08X instead of 0x%X (for "sort" compatibility). Changed -m to give better output.


The "new" -N output will change the native guesser output from stuff like this:

Code:
register_plugin("Admin Commands",AMXX_VERSION_STR[6]={"1.76c"},"AMXX Dev Team")
To this:
Code:
register_plugin("Admin Commands",AMXX_VERSION_STR,"AMXX Dev Team")

Use -E instead of -N for the old style.

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Old 04-02-2008 , 10:58   Re: amxxdump
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I'm Newbie at this but.... Why does the .exe file shuts down when I'm trying to use it?
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Old 04-02-2008 , 11:06   Re: amxxdump
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Thats because it is console driven. Not gui. It is working just fine when you run the .exe, just you wont see any output and its not getting any arguments passed in.

Try opening "start" click "run" type in "cmd" and you have a command prompt, then type
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cd C:/$my path to this .exe$/
then typing in the .exe's name and press enter!! Then you can add stuff like -E to the end of that line to make it do useful things.
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