So while debugging Dynamips I got this fun message under GDB. Of course it doesn’t tell you WHAT function did it, or HOW it was trying to do it. Fantastic.
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Thankfully Dennis Yurichev’s blog gave me the hint to put a breakpoint on ‘OutputDebugStringA’ and sure enough I could see Dynamips trying to treat a socket like a stdio file handle. Something you can’t do in Win32 world.
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On the plus side, I just had to do a small re-write of some functions and I can talk to the Dynamips hypervisor! Idle and JIT are working too! Along with WinPcap and UDP transports.