Hi, I'm interested in assembler programming with small tools, and I was able to generate debug info with the Microsoft linker. The debugging with remedybg actually works.
But I thought I could go around the big .iso files from Microsoft with the linker and .lib's in it. So I tried golink.exe from godevtool.com, which is not only small but is okay with just using .dll's as input.
But its command line switches for debugging don't seem to work for me, and I'm not sure what tools to use anyway.
yasm -g cv8 -f win64 beep.asm
golink /debug dbg beep.obj \windows\system32\user32.dll \windows\system32\kernel32.dll
With "/debug dbg" golink doesn't include debug info (in a way that remedybg makes use of it). With "/debug coff" it also doesn't include it. Anyone know how to do it or know some set of little tools that are nice to use?