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    John E is offline Elite Member Power Poster
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    dumpbin output

    When I run dumpbin to list the exported functions from a DLL I get this output:-

    Microsoft (R) COFF/PE Dumper Version 8.00.50727.762
    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


    Dump of file libgthread-2.0-0D.dll

    File Type: DLL

    Section contains the following exports for libgthread-2.0-0D.dll

    00000000 characteristics
    50BF436E time date stamp Wed Dec 05 12:51:58 2012
    0.00 version
    1 ordinal base
    2 number of functions
    2 number of names

    ordinal hint RVA name

    1 0 00001005 g_thread_init
    2 1 0000100A g_thread_init_with_errorcheck_mutexes

    Summary

    1000 .data
    1000 .idata
    2000 .rdata
    1000 .reloc
    1000 .rsrc
    4000 .text
    At least, that's the output I get when I run dumpbin in Windows 7. But if I run the same version of dumpbin in Windows XP (on exactly the same DLL) I mysteriously get some extra information:-

    Microsoft (R) COFF/PE Dumper Version 8.00.50727.762
    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


    Dump of file libgthread-2.0-0D.dll

    File Type: DLL

    Section contains the following exports for libgthread-2.0-0D.dll

    00000000 characteristics
    50BF436E time date stamp Wed Dec 05 12:51:58 2012
    0.00 version
    1 ordinal base
    2 number of functions
    2 number of names

    ordinal hint RVA name

    1 0 00001005 g_thread_init = @ILT+0(_g_thread_init)
    2 1 0000100A g_thread_init_with_errorcheck_mutexes = @ILT+5(_g_thread_init_with_errorcheck_mutexes)

    Summary

    1000 .data
    1000 .idata
    2000 .rdata
    1000 .reloc
    1000 .rsrc
    4000 .text
    I've never noticed that extra info before (the sections beginning = @ILT+). Is it anything to be worried about??
    Last edited by John E; December 5th, 2012 at 07:18 AM.
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