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Creating a dump file to debug a release version.

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I have a release version program given to few people. I want to be able to dump relevant information during a crash when these users are
testing the program. So they can send this dump file to me later and I can trace the problem from this dump file myself.
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You could have the testers configure DrWatson to create a crash dump that they can sent to you and you'd just load it into the debugger to see what is happening...
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I'd say this Q is answered.
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