Well, merging the import data with .text isn't too bad, I guess...
at runtime import data is read-only, so the text section doesn't
have to be flagged as writable. I assume the process of fixing up
imports will leave the pages dirty, so there will be a page shared
between code and import data - and thus a risk of code being swapped
out (instead of discarded) needlessly. But ok, this isn't too bad.
It's a much worse when .text is made writable. Not that this automatically
makes the code pages dirty, but it means pointer errors can be a
lot worse (you don't get a GPF right when you trash the code).
Posted on 2002-05-23 07:05:22 by f0dder
So its just win NT that has the problem...

No problem,NaN.
Works fine.
I like such utlities: easy to use, small fast and usefull.
Good work.
I would disign window differently, but the current appearance also fine.
Posted on 2002-05-23 07:52:49 by The Svin
Svin, i agree on the window shape. I only did it that way cause im lazy, and didnt want to GUI text in the client area. As well, i had to give *some* instruction, so i made it wide enought to display the "how to" in the title line...

If it were up to me it would be a small 10x10 square, with no text.. But i knew this would endup confusing someone ;)

Glad it *does* work on all systems.... Thanx everybody... I more or less gave up on it..
Posted on 2002-05-23 10:32:11 by NaN
Write instructions right in the window square, and nobody will be confused
Posted on 2002-05-23 11:34:15 by The Svin