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Does everyone have either VC6 or .NET 2003

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OK I am using VC6 for the time being

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'Tis done.

I'll still compile final releases with VC6 though - it's a couple of KB smaller (at least after upx'ed).

I've also found and implemented a workaround for the upx problem of not being able to compress .NET 2003 exes. :whistle:

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well from what i have read on thier forums, you must have done something they were thinking of. cause they are still clueless, at the last glance i gave forum. are you having it deported then reimported then reassigned, then dismissed. lol that is what they are concluding on the upx 1.9 beta. :whistle:


 

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Yeah, at first I used "PE Tools" to remove the "Load Config" section, but I found another workaround that allows the compiler to do it.

I'd post it on the upx forum but I'm not registering just to post one message.

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V6 here.


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I love this tool! If Visual C++ 2003 is required...I have the ability to get legitimate copies of Visual C++ Standard 2003 VERY cheap. I would be willing to facilitate getting all the authors copies at cost. I don't want to be taken advantage of, so your name must apear in the Authors.txt file. Let me know.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

I use VC6 as well.

:iamstupid:

There is a utility out there for stripping the symbol table and relocation table from the .exe which could make the executable smaller even before using UPX. Just a thought. No I can not find a stripper for PE executables. I can hunt for one.

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I love this tool! If Visual C++ 2003 is required...I have the ability to get legitimate copies of Visual C++ Standard 2003 VERY cheap. I would be willing to facilitate getting all the authors copies at cost. I don't want to be taken advantage of, so your name must apear in the Authors.txt file. Let me know.

That's a generous offer. Can you mail me details and I'll pass them on to the devs?

Also, is the Standard version crippled in anyway like VC6 Standard was?

Thanks :whistle:

.NET compiler is much nicer to edit the source files with than VC6 (even if we do continue to distribute the .exe as compiled by VC6 due to size)

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