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Old 12-18-2009, 06:32 PM   #122
JSWolf
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Quote:
Originally Posted by i♥cabbages View Post
Yeah, this puppy requires Python 2.6. There's some additions to ctypes I couldn't convince myself to live without.
I did install Python 2.6.4 and PyCrypto for 2.6 and got the following...

Code:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "G:\MP\unswindle.py", line 752, in gui_main
    inpath, pid = unswindler.get_book()
  File "G:\MP\unswindle.py", line 703, in get_book
    debugger.main_loop()
  File "G:\MP\unswindle.py", line 562, in main_loop
    self._handle_bp(addr)
  File "G:\MP\unswindle.py", line 493, in _handle_bp
    callback(self, context)
  File "G:\MP\unswindle.py", line 627, in _get_book_path
    path = debugger.read_process_memory(addr, 4096)
  File "G:\MP\unswindle.py", line 436, in read_process_memory
    raise DebuggerError("could not read memory @ 0x%08x" % (addr,))
TypeError: %x format: a number is required, not c_void_p
P.S. I did forget to mention that I am using XP Pro 32-bit with an AMD Athlon processor.
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