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Old 10-09-2004, 02:17
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IDA can't automatically recognize try/finally structures by Borland compilers

IDA v4.7 and previous versions can't automatically identify the C++ or Delphi "try/finally" structures generated by Borland compilers. Some versions of Borland compilers generates try/finally structures for each function. IDA always takes these bytes not as instructions but as data. While DeDe can show them as "TRY/FINALLY". Don't know why IDA can't auto handle it.

I'm a registered user of IDA pro, but I never get permission to register in their support forum. F**K!
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You can go to hxxp://www.backtrace.de, and download a IDC script to parse the try/finally block in Delphi/C++ Builder applications.
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hxxp://www.sport-und-event.de/backtrace.de/idc/seh.zip

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