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I have a app that I have the source for but cannot debug. (It takes a version of Delphi that I don't have on my computer.)

That app launches another app (that I can debug). I need some way to see the parameters used to launch the second app. (The params are causing it to crash before I can attach a debugger.)

Is there a tool that will let me kinda debug an app (for the first) or tool that will let me see how a app was launched (for the second app)?

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Sysinternals Process Explorer will let you see the command line that launched any process on your system.

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I use that tool all the time, but did not think of it for this! Thanks. – Vaccano Feb 26 '10 at 18:23

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