Asprotected programs crash with current wine-cvs
xolegpro at rbcmail.ru
Mon Oct 20 01:54:04 CDT 2003
Hello Alexandre ,
current CVS version has regression.
All Asprotected (probably) programs crash due to the fact
that Asprotect assumes that executables are being loaded from
kernel32.dll, so stack return address passed to executable entry
(in the other words executable entry was called from kernel32.dll)
points to somewhere inside kernel32.dll. Later Asprotect uses
this return address to detect kernel32.dll export section and dig
it for required kernel32.dll function (LoadModule, VirtualAlloc etc).
The problem is that now executable entry loaded under wine is being
started from somewhere inside ntdll.dll, so Asprotected kernel32.dll
function finding routines fail with crash.
I'm not sure what's the best way to solve it, is some ntdll.dll
process startup code relocating to kernel32.dll good enough ?
Oleg mailto:xolegpro at rbcmail.ru
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