C++ -- GUI Hang Stack Trace -- Help Needed

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  1. Saad

    Saad Guest

    Hi,

    I have an application written in VC6 which we have ported to VS 2005
    with old syntax. Earlier this app had gui based on unmanaged code, now
    in addition to that we also have some .Net GUI in it. Now I have
    following queries related to this app:-

    1) Sometimes the GUI hangs in release mode. Now during this hanged
    time i would like to somehow get the call stack of the gui thread to
    see where the thread is stuck? Is it possible to do that in c++?

    2) When the application crashes, i would like to get the call stack of
    the crash. Currently since the backend code is in unmanaged c++, im
    unable to get the call stack. How can i get call stack info in c++?
    Dump Files??

    Thanks in advance for the replies.

    Saad
     
    Saad, Aug 27, 2009
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