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Missing imports from the emulated DLLs - HX-DOS extender (DOSX)

posted by DOS386(R), 13.06.2012, 11:15

> Have you ever tried this?

Sure :-)


### ReactOS 0.3.12 ###

"iexplore.exe" 73'728
55BEEC26EF87CC6D6B0F11CC77F62801

"xcopy.exe" 135'168
60B971E3D89F39F0E353CDC65A52C568

CRTDLL.DLL 188'416
472F7119E5E4DFEC09DF64AEE1C4C571

GLU32.DLL 1'024'000
EDF99645977D2484D3EADB35D3DC3AC4

MSVCRT.DLL 425'984
D92488ED42D4C72FF9A52D094A6C2FAF

OPENGL32.DLL 98'304
B986D17F610B00619E9FAD66DB1519B2

28 missing imports in "NTDLL.DLL" :

RtlAreBitsClear RtlAreBitsSet RtlInitializeBitMap
RtlSecondsSince1970ToTime RtlSetBits RtlTimeToSecondsSince1970
_snwprintf _wcsicmp abs bsearch ceil cos floor labs memcmp
memcpy memset sin sprintf sqrt strcmp strcpy strcspn strlen
vDbgPrintExWithPrefix wcscpy wcsncat wcsncpy

### ReactOS 0.3.14 ###

MSVCRT.DLL 466'944
BEE31A9B753E8A4937C67F29519A2C3A

dpmild32: import not found: RtlAreBitsClear
dpmild32: import not found: RtlAreBitsSet
dpmild32: import not found: RtlInitializeBitMap
dpmild32: import not found: RtlSecondsSince1970ToTime
dpmild32: import not found: RtlSetBits
dpmild32: import not found: RtlTimeToSecondsSince1970
dpmild32: import not found: abs
dpmild32: import not found: labs
dpmild32: import not found: vDbgPrintExWithPrefix
dpmild32: file ntdll.dll
dpmild32: f:\dos\dkrnl32.dll: cannot resolve imports
dpmild32: f:\dos\dkrnl32.dll: cannot load PE file


> AFAIK, it's not a real option - those dlls are "unusable" outside of ReactOS

It just got less bad in ReactOS 0.3.14 :-)

http://www.reactos.org/en/index.html (no 0.3.15 yet)

Anyone tested WHINE ??? It's MSVCRT.DLL and other DLL's are IIRC empty (but I've never seen the thing working either).

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