0
votes
Vote UpVote

Detecting if a debugger is present is different from detecting if an IDE is present.

The Wiert Corner – I have seen this happen in various environments: people wanting to detect if their debugger is present, but trying to detect their IDE, or vice versa. Similar reasoning is for detecting for being running on a console, or your project having been built to run on a console. People use these decisions, for instance to determine if their application should behave as a service, or as a regular process. Ways to determine the various permutation points: Running inside a debugger: use the [WayBack] IsDebuggerPresent function (which can be true, even if Delphi DebugHook stays zero). Check for the IDE: ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2019-04-04 19:04

Statistics

Visits: 133
Votes: 0
Favorites: 0
Off-Topic: 0

Visits by Source

User Actions

Users who voted for this posting

Subscribe:
Contact us to advertise on DelphiFeeds.com

Community Links

Torry Firebird News

Sponsor

 
Please login or register to use this functionality.
(click on this box to dismiss)