MapFileBrowser can be used from the command line as well as with the GUI.
The command line options allow you to view debug information that is in a MAP file, and optionally highlight a symbol at a specified offset.
Specifies the module to load. This is typically a .exe or a .dll.
Example: /fileName e:\om\c\test\release\test.exe
Specifies an offset inside the executable. MapFileBrowser will highlight the symbol that occupies this location.
Typically this offset will be calculated from a crash location.
If a DLL is loaded at 0x00400000 and a crash happens at 0x00420192, the offset is calculated by subtracting the DLL load address from the crash address.
That is: 0x00420192 - 0x00400000, which gives 0x00020192.
The offset is 0x00020192.
The offset must be specified in hexadecimal with a leading 0x.
Example: /offset 0x00020192
32 bit applications
MapFileBrowser.exe /fileName e:\test\release\test.map /offset 0x00020192
64 bit applications
MapFileBrowser_x64.exe /fileName e:\test\release\test.map /offset 0x00020192