From: Kenneth Rose <mesa-users@ke...> - 2004-03-28 04:04:58
Mikael Aronsson wrote:
> Hi !
> You might find something useful here:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Kenneth Rose" <mesa-users@...>
> > Hey all,
> > I'm interested in seeing which OpenGL calls are being made by a Windows
> > program.
Those links are great. I still have a question though
(more Windows based I think though).
I originally tried building a tool similar to gltrace (a proxy DLL
that sits in between the application and the real opengl32.dll).
For some reason though, it would always bork on loading the actual
opengl32.dll (WinXP Pro would cite an "Access Violation" and refuse to
load the application. Anyways, I'm experiencing the same behaviour
with the above glTraces. Has anyone experienced problems with proxy
DLLs on WinXP Pro?
Also, for some reason, if I delete opengl32.dll from the system
directory, it somehow magically appears back. If I overwrite it
with another file, then the new file is renamed to opengl32.dll.tmp
and the opengl32.dll that ships with WinXP is put in. Any ideas
how to disable this automagical regeneration?
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