Topic created on: September 5, 2012 02:23 CDT by Systix .
While debugging in Wndbg, im always having to use the memory windows or the dd command to view the bytes at address ESP - to watch the stack. The problem with this is I have to issue the command each time the stack changes or scroll the memory window and I cant just easily watch it. In comparison, OllyDbg gives you a nice window that follows the stack and shows where the current stack frame is, pointing out EBP and ESP.
My question is, how do you monitor the stack while tracing a program in Windbg? Perhaps there is a Windbg plugin that will do a similar job to what im after?