The console offers an ability to switch debug options of Sanny Builder. Mostly they relate to the disassembler features and you can see the changes when disassemble a file. The console window is open after pressing
Ctrl+~. You may enter the commands in the input line. After typing a command press
Enter to proceed. The console will display a result.
All commands are case-insensitive.
help – shows the help information about the console
clear – clears the console
list – shows in the console the list of all commands
list options – lists all available debug options
toggle [on/off] – enable or disable debug options
The input command ends either with the word
ON (the option will be enabled) or
OFF (the option will be disabled), or nothing (the option will be toggled from
OFF or from
The disassembler prints the offset of each command.
The disassembler ignores unknown opcodes, incorrect parameters and so on. It helps to open almost any file that used to be protected or compiled incorrectly.
The disassembler prints array elements as global variables with indexes. It's available for
E.g. given an array of three elements starting at
$10 this option affects the way the variables look like after disassembling:
Disassembler skips the header of the input file. It allows to open headless scripts (e.g. the ones from
script.img or CLEO scripts).
With this option the compiler makes
.scm files without the header (similar to
The disassembler ignores the extra info section attached to the input file. It also treats this section as a set of regular SCM instructions, so enabling
IGNORE_UNKNOWN option is recommended.
Sanny Builder offers a few other ways to toggling debug options outside of the console that might be useful in some cases.
--debug option provides an alternate way of switching the debug options. Run Sanny with the parameter
--debug X, where
X is a series of
1. Each digit in the series corresponds to a particular debug option:
sanny.exe --debug 110000
1 enables the
CODE_OFFSETS option, the second
1 enables the
IGNORE_UNKNOWN mode. The remaining options are disabled.
Clicking the right-most button in the main toolbar shows a drop-down menu with the list of debug options.
Each menu item toggles a particular debug option. The change comes into effect immediately.