Debuggee and Dlls' addresses
The exe/dll address dialog
Changing the exe/dll being looked at
Dumping the exe/dll addresses
Printing the exe/dll addresses

The exe/dll address dialog
The "inspect, exe/dll addresses" menu item produces a modeless dialog in which you can view the various parts of the debuggee and of loaded Dlls. These are the formal parts and the various sections. The section sizes shown here include padding; it is unlikely that the whole area will actually contain data. You can create a code inspector by clicking the "View as code" button in this dialog, or a data inspector by clicking the "View as data" button.

Changing the exe/dll being looked at
Use the drop down combo box to do this. The files shown here are the files currently loaded by the debuggee in its own address space or in shared memory.

Dumping the exe/dll addresses
Ensure that the exe/dll address dialog is visible and go to the menu item "file, dump". Click on the appropriate dialog name which will appear in the menu item. Alternatively right click on the pane and choose "dump the pane". Choose a file name for the dumped file (GoBug will suggest a name). Choose a path for the file to be written (GoBug will remember this for the next time you debug this particular exe). Choose the type of file to make (use ANSI unless you want to make a Unicode file because you are using non-Roman characters in your filenames or section names). Exe/dll addresses are always dumped in full. The file which is created on this dump is plain text with carriage returns and line feeds but no tabs. It is usually best to view the dumped file with an editor set to a fixed width font (as opposed to a proportionally spaced font).

Printing the exe/dll addresses
Ensure that the exe/dll address dialog is visible and go to the menu item "file, print". Click on the appropriate dialog name which will appear in the menu item. Alternatively right click on the pane and choose "print the pane". Exe/dll addresses are always printed in full (the number of pages appears in the print dialog). You can change the font used for printing by using the "settings, fonts, when printing" menu item.