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revolution
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itsnobody wrote:
... I put the export names in alphabetical order and it worked

I don't know if FASM automatically does this now...
By default, the macros in the fasm download will sort the export strings for you
Post 27 Mar 2008, 21:53
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asmfan: have you checked whether they're automagically sorted in the output PE file?
Post 27 Mar 2008, 23:53
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Of course yes! Binary editors show that fasm doesn't sort anything in export, only in import.
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Can you post a .zip here including both source and executables for your test?
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asmfan wrote:
Of course yes! Binary editors show that fasm doesn't sort anything in export, only in import.
If you used the standard 'export' macro then they are sorted. I suspect that your exports are sorted and you have probably looked at the strings and thought that they are unsorted. You have to remember that the pointers are sorted, not the names.

And quite the opposite of what you say actually. The imports are not automatically sorted, they simply follow the order given in the include files.
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revolution Yes, that's the key! Pointers are sorted while strings not and stored as is (as declared). fasm sorts strings internally and build export address table sorted. The tested dll was perfectly made by fasm.
Now i'm too lazy to build manual imperfect export to check how it works Wink
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I was writing export sections manually a few months ago on XP SP2, was having problems until i sorted them.
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