What is Cheat Engine 5.5 [Portable] and Why You Should Use It
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Cheat Engine 5.5 [Portable]
Additions and changesWaiting till all symbols have been loaded has been removedLaunching structure compare from dissect data now only needs 1 address, though it's recommended to have at least 2 eachCode completion in lua engine is now more smootherYou can now compare traces generated by the tracerThreadlist window now has a copy to clipboardStructure compare now digs deeper into pointersPointerscan import/export now works with newer types as wellBetter Lua comment supportAdded rudimentary sort to the structure compare window (based on levelwidth only)Referenced strings now also shows if it's unicodeFormdesigner now has a context menu to add undocumented controls
Fixes:Fixed page exception breakpoints from not workingFixed the save as button in the lua script assigned to the tableFixed the dotnetdatacollector from not fetching parent fieldsFixed disassembling of some instructionsFixed assembling some instructionsFixed assembling instructions that referenced address 80000000 to ffffffff in 64-bit targetsFixed dealing with unexpected breakpointsFixed several issues with the network scanner. (symbols, scanspeed, threads, etc...)Fixed "going to" 64-bit registers.Fixed pointerstrings for 64-bitFixed the addressparser in memview's hexview not handing static 64-bit addressesFixed r8 and r9 looking broken in the memoryview windowFixed hotkeys that set a value as hexadecimal and the value is smaller than 0x10Fixed multiline string editing for memory recordsFixed dragging cheat tables into CEFixed VEH debug for 'Modern' appsFixed several translation issues
The Grom (meaning "thunder" in Polish) is a man-portable air-defense system produced in Poland and based on the Soviet man-portable infrared homing surface-to-air missile (SAM) 9K38 Igla. It consists of a 72 mm anti-aircraft missile set with a flight speed of 650 m/s, as well as a single-use launcher, re-usable gripstock and thermal battery coolant assembly electric unit. The full name of the system is PZR Grom, PZR standing for Przeciwlotniczy Zestaw Rakietowy (literally anti-air rocket-propelled set).
The Gambitcompiler generates portable C code, making the whole Gambit system andthe programs compiled with it easily portable to many computerarchitectures for which a C compiler is available. With appropriatedeclarations in the source code the executable programs generated bythe compiler run roughly as fast as equivalent C programs.