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DLL Talk / Question about reading dll's

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The Samurai
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Posted: 10th Jan 2005 20:51
Is there a way to open it up and see all the commands in a dll? I find some dlls on the internet for dbp but they don't come with a manual on what the codes are. Any seggestions?

TKF15H
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Posted: 10th Jan 2005 21:46
I have a suggestion!! Mods, lock this thread.

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Lost in Thought
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Posted: 10th Jan 2005 22:15 Edited at: 10th Jan 2005 22:17
Search the forums there was a tool made for this. search dll I believe.

I think this is it. http://forum.thegamecreators.com/?m=forum_view&t=41401&b=18

1tg46
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 07:25
In Visual Basic 6 you can see how RobK found the values for a dll. Go to his BlueIDE website and his editor is free and has all source code. Look in the source code to see what I mean.


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TKF15H
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 08:08
Quote: " I find some dlls on the internet for dbp but they don't come with a manual"

The reason I asked the mods to lock this thread, is that since the plugins don't even have a list of what commands are in them, I say this should read:
Quote: " I find some dlls on the TEMP folder from a dbp game and I'm trying to use them without paying"

Please forgive me if it isn't so, and while you're at it, could you post a link to where you got these plugins?

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The Samurai
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 10:56
the link for the dll is: http://gamemaker.nl/resources/voice.zip
not quit made for DBP but i think it should work the same. I do not wish to still dlls... i would rather make them myself but i lack that capability. other wise i find dlls off free websites that have alot of them or give them away(these are free dlls...not pirated) such as http://www.dll-files.com. i am trying to see if i can see what the commands are so i can use the voice dll in the link above to apply voice to my programs. The above link is a link to a free dll if you don't believe me then check out the sight root.

Lost in Thought
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 11:29
I have found several plugins that don't have documentation. Thats why I searched for this program as well.

The Samurai
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Posted: 11th Jan 2005 12:02 Edited at: 11th Jan 2005 12:02
thank you for your support Lost In Though. I greatly appreaciate it.
[Edit] - oh i forgot...the program works good...now just to figure out perameters.

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Posted: 12th Jan 2005 06:06
Ah, in that case, I apoligise for the misunderstanding.
I've never seen plugins without help files, but general purpose DLLs are easy to find without any kind of manual.
If you know who made the DLL, maybe they have some kind of site with documentation? It'd be very odd for them to release a library without any docs at all.

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Posted: 12th Jan 2005 07:45
Quote: " It'd be very odd for them to release a library without any docs at all."


Very inconsiderate as well.


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The Samurai
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Posted: 12th Jan 2005 08:30
Don't worry about it... I understand. although the program Depends works very well for finding the commands but it don't show the perameters*SP* for the commands...(wished it did) thank you for your comments and seggestions...as well as a flame here and there...thx.

the_winch
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Posted: 13th Jan 2005 06:31
If you have blue ide it will show you the parameters. Click the libary tab then select the plugin and click the plugin information button. I think at least one of the other ides does the same thing.

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The Samurai
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Posted: 13th Jan 2005 08:45
hmm....ill have to work on getting that then.

TKF15H
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Posted: 13th Jan 2005 19:31
it will only tell you the parameters to a plugin, not for a DLL. The DLLs don't have a string table for BlueIDE to look at.

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The Samurai
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Posted: 13th Jan 2005 20:49
oh ok...well i can now find the commands...now just to find the perameters. That's what i need to figure out. thx.

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