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Hi David, > As I'm not (yet) a VS2005 expert, what's the best way of generating > this output (either from within VS2005 or from the cygwin command > line)? Do I need to enable any specific options? in order to have the complete information with line numbers, you need to compile the G4 libraries in debug-mode (i.e. G4DEBUG set in your environment before compiling and building the libraries). To retrieve the dump trace you need to launch the debug process in Visual Studio when asked, and eventually ask to print the trace of the crash, if it does not appear already automatically. I don't have VS2005 at hand, but I guess the behavior is similar to VS2003... Cheers, Gabriele
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