How To Register Dll Using Wise Com Capture
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When you specify the /tlb option, Regasm.exe generates and registers a type library describing the types found in the assembly. Regasm.exe places the generated type libraries in the current working directory or the directory specified for the output file. Generating a type library for an assembly that references other assemblies may cause several type libraries to be generated at once. You can use the type library to provide type information to development tools like Visual Studio. Don't use the /tlb option if the assembly you are registering was produced by the Type Library Importer (Tlbimp.exe). You cannot export a type library from an assembly that was imported from a type library. Using the /tlb option has the same effect as using the Type Library Exporter (Tlbexp.exe) and Regasm.exe, with the exception that Tlbexp.exe does not register the type library it produces. If you use the /tlb option to register a type library, you can use the /tlb option with the /unregister option to unregister the type library. Using the two options together will unregister the type library and interface entries, which can clean the registry considerably.
For example, consider a scenario where you register the managed component, myComp.dll, version 18.104.22.168 for use by COM. Later, you register myComp.dll, version 22.214.171.124. You determine that all COM client applications on the computer are using myComp.dll version 126.96.36.199 and you decide to unregister myComponent.dll version 188.8.131.52. This registry scheme allows you to unregister myComp.dll version 184.108.40.206 because only the version 220.127.116.11 subkey is removed.
After registering an assembly using Regasm.exe, you can install it in the global assembly cache so that it can be activated from any COM client. If the assembly is only going to be activated by a single application, you can place it in that application's directory. Using the /codebase option is an alternative to using the global assembly cache; however, the location of the assembly during registration is recorded globally and activation will fail if the assembly is moved. If the assembly isn't found through probing, the /codebase option will load the assembly in a load-from context that has additional considerations documented in Assembly.LoadFrom.
It is recommended to use this metadata in addition to any llvm.loop.*transformation directive. Also, any loop should have at most onedirective applied to it (and a sequence of transformations built usingfollowup-attributes). Otherwise, which transformation will be applieddepends on implementation details such as the pass pipeline order.
Specifies whether or not to use a gradient background window. If 'off', the installer will not show a background window, if no parameters are specified, the default black to blue gradient is used, and otherwise the top_color or bottom_color are used to make a gradient. Top_color and bottom_color are specified using the form RRGGBB (in hexadecimal, as in HTML, only minus the leading '#', since # can be used for comments). 'textcolor' can be specified as well, or 'notext' can be specified to turn the big background text off.
The following commands affect how the compiler generates code and compresses data. Unless otherwise noted, these commands are valid anywhere in the script and affect every line below where each one is placed (until overridden by another command). They cannot be jumped over using flow control instructions.
RTL languages are languages that are written from right to left (e.g. Arabic and Hebrew). NSIS fully supports RTL languages. In the language file there is a place to specify if the language is RTL or not. To find out at runtime if the current language is RTL or not, check the value of the $(^RTL) language string. It will be 1 if the language is RTL and 0 otherwise. This can be useful when using plug-ins that create dialogs, they usually have RTL settings too.
This program (formerly known as RegIt) captures COM registration entries for DLLs, OCXsand EXE COM servers. In general, it works by using the RegOverridePredefKey on Windows2000 to redirect registry entries to another registry area. It takes the path to the Dll as a command line argument. Loads the Dll and looks for DllRegisterServer to call. Redirects HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE registry entries to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Unisys\Registry\\HKCR and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Unisys\Registry\\HKLM.In contrast to other registry monitor solutions it doesn't need any drivers. Sourcecode is included in the package.RegSpy can output a .reg file for import in MSI authoring tools. Source code requires Visual Studio .NET 2003.
If you go through the source code, you will notice that the region cropping happens after a full display capture. That might seem sub-optimal but testing has revealed that copying a region of the GPU D3D11Texture2D to the destination CPU D3D11Texture2D using CopySubresourceRegion is only faster when the region is very small. In fact, it doesn't take long for larger regions to actually start becoming slower than the full display capture using this method. To make things worse, it adds a lot of complexity by having the surface pitch not match the buffer size and treating rotated displays differently. It was therefore decided that it made more sense to stick to CopyResource in all cases and crop after the fact.
Npcap is an update of WinPcap using NDIS 6 Light-Weight Filter (LWF), done by Yang Luo for Nmap project during Google Summer of Code 2013 and 2015. Npcap adds several new features to those existing in WinPcap, including loopback traffic capture.
My own experience with proxocket is as follows: After installing the ws2_32.dll from proxocket into a directory containing 3 binaries that communicate with each other over the loopback interface and starting them all up, it generated 3 separate capture files, one for each process, which I was then able to merge together into a single capture file using mergecap. After filtering out the duplicate packets in the file, which contained the source IP address of 0.0.0.0, I had a pretty good capture file containing loopback traffic on Windows. Some packets were clearly ordered incorrectly, but it was easy enough for me to spot them and tell what was going on.
HVR captures changes using the DIRECT log read method (Capture /LogReadMethod=DIRECT). This capture method is supported to capture changes only from regular PostgreSQL. In this method, HVR reads transaction log records directly from the DBMS log file using the file I/O. This section describes the configuration requirements for capturing changes using DIRECT log read method:
HVR captures changes using the SQL log read method (Capture /LogReadMethod=SQL). This capture method supports capturing changes from regular PostgreSQL, Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL, and Aurora PostgreSQL. In this method, HVR reads transaction log records using a special SQL function. 2b1af7f3a8