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Re: Re: Rebase 1.5-1: Causes invalid page fault
- From: Nicholas Wourms <nwourms at yahoo dot com>
- To: Pavel Tsekov <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 09:15:32 -0700 (PDT)
- Subject: Re: Re: Rebase 1.5-1: Causes invalid page fault
--- Pavel Tsekov <email@example.com> wrote:
> You printed just the first argument. There is a total of 11 arguments
> to this function.
> BOOL ReBaseImage(
> PSTR CurrentImageName,
> PSTR SymbolPath,
> BOOL fReBase,
> BOOL fRebaseSysfileOk,
> BOOL fGoingDown,
> ULONG CheckImageSize,
> ULONG *OldImageSize,
> ULONG_PTR *OldImageBase,
> ULONG *NewImageSize,
> ULONG_PTR *NewImageBase,
> ULONG TimeStamp
Yes, I was being too hasty :-(. I plan to look at them now.
> It'll be good to look at all of them. The most dangerous should be the
> pointer arguments though. Btw do you have the MS rebase.exe ? If you
> have it, you can try it to see, if it crashes the same way as Jason's
> tool. If this is the case, then maybe there is something wrong with
> these APIs on WindowsMe or the image you're trying to rebase itself.
*Sigh* I was hoping I could avoid that bloat, but It looks like it is
inevitable... Ok let me go get the platform sdk now... A question
though, would rebasing dll's on another machine and then moving them to
this machine work?
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