How to make a stub dll ?
Ian D. Stewart
idstewart at compuvative.com
Wed Jun 19 12:20:50 CDT 2002
On 2002.06.18 18:45 Sylvain Petreolle wrote:
> > So it's definitely NOT trivial to stub (except if
> > you plan to return 'not
> > supported' :-) ).
> Lionel Ulmer - http://www.bbrox.org/
> It's exactly what I want to do -
> for now the program crashes at 0xdeadbeef.
> I would just get the message 'xxx unsupported' instead
> of crash.
> Jesus, with winedump I only saw 5 exports - if I have
> the method that's defininitevly not a huge work ;))
I did some initial work implementing a stup ctl3d.dll (which I intend
to get back to, honest!). I found the 'IMPLEMENTING A NEW DLL' section
of DEVELEPORS-HINTS to be a good starting point. According to
Alexandre, this file is grossly outdated and 'real' documentation will
be written eventually. Until then, I reckon DEVELOPERS-HINTS is better
than a poke in the eye...
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