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Custom WPP trace format

Dejan_MaksimovicDejan_Maksimovic Member - All Emails Posts: 636


I'm trying to add a custom tracer for FILE_ID_128, but can't get it to work..
This is what I have in the INI file:

DEFINE_CPLX_TYPE(FILE_ID_128, WPP_LOGFILE_ID_128, FILE_ID_128 *, ItemFILE_ID_128Addr, "s", _FILE_ID_128_, 0, 1); WPP_FLAGS(-DWPP_LOGFILE_ID_128(x) WPP_LOGPAIR( (16), (x)));
and in the driver code, I trace it with: %!FILE_ID_128!, with the address of the FILE_ID_128 struct as the parameter to trace.
But not only is it (almost) always just outputting 0 (not even 0x0), it is also displaying some garbage in the trace line:
000/ Some text ? << (the ? is garbage)

Am I missing something simple here, or need to use a larger font?

Regards, Dejan.

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