CorDebugMappingResult Enumeration

Provides the details of how the value of the instruction pointer (IP) was obtained.

Syntax

typedef enum CorDebugMappingResult {  
    MAPPING_PROLOG              = 0x1,  
    MAPPING_EPILOG              = 0x2,  
    MAPPING_NO_INFO             = 0x4,  
    MAPPING_UNMAPPED_ADDRESS    = 0x8,  
    MAPPING_EXACT               = 0x10,  
    MAPPING_APPROXIMATE         = 0x20,  
} CorDebugMappingResult;  

Members

Member Description
MAPPING_PROLOG The native code is in the prolog, so the value of the IP is 0.
MAPPING_EPILOG The native code is in an epilog, so the value of the IP is the address of the last instruction of the method.
MAPPING_NO_INFO No mapping information is available for the method, so the value of the IP is 0.
MAPPING_UNMAPPED_ADDRESS Although there is mapping information for the method, the current address cannot be mapped to Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL) code. The value of the IP is 0.
MAPPING_EXACT Either the method maps exactly to MSIL code or the frame has been interpreted, so the value of the IP is accurate.
MAPPING_APPROXIMATE The method was successfully mapped, but the value of the IP may be approximate.

Remarks

You can use the ICorDebugILFrame::GetIP method to obtain the value of the instruction pointer.

Requirements

Platforms: See System Requirements.

Header: CorDebug.idl, CorDebug.h

Library: CorGuids.lib

.NET Framework Versions: Available since 1.0

See Also

Debugging Enumerations