DWARF Browser

How do you turn your crash address into a symbol? How to you check that function you think is in the DLL, is actually in the DLL? You know your symbols are in the EXE/DLL, but you’ve got no way to view them, no way to turn that crash address into a useful symbol.

You have the data, but no means to use it.

Time to change that.

DWARF Browser is an interactive DWARF debug info viewer and crash address converter, reading DWARF debug information for C++ Builder, QtCreator, MingW, gcc, g++, Dev C++, and any other compiler that creates DWARF debug information.


You can filter the DWARF symbols by function/data name allowing you to quickly and easily find the symbols of interest.

Filtering DWARF symbols

Filtered DWARF symbol results

Interactive query

An interactive query browser allows you to find the right symbol for four different crash address calculations:

  • Absolute crash address. You know the address of the crash and the load address of the DLL containing that address.
    Query DWARF Symbol By Absolute Address Dialog With Data
  • DLL relative crash address. You know the crash offset inside the DLL
    Query DWARF Symbol By DLL Relative Address Dialog With Data
  • Symbol relative crash address. You know the crash offset from a symbol inside the DLL.
    DWARF Symbol Relative Dialog
  • XML Data from a Windows event log crash event.
    Query DWARF Symbol By Event Viewer XML Crash Log Dialog With Data

The ability to lookup symbol information so easily is invaluable when investigating crashes.

Get started now. Load your DWARF symbols and find the crash location in a few minutes.

Fully functional, free for 30 days