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PE Corrector ::: What's new

PE Corrector 1.84 (06/23/2005)

New features:

+ IBM Visual Age C++ compiler support

PE Corrector 1.81 (11/24/2004)

New features:

+ alternative flag ($All$) for erasing all exported functions using command line has been added
+ the same flag may be used in configuration files too

PE Corrector 1.79 (05/12/2004)

New features:

+ EntryPoint and ImageBase labels has been added

Bugs fixed:

- processing of the incorrectly ordered exported functions in some C++ Builder compiled exe files
- crash on user-defined resources in the resource viewer
- crash during window maximization on some operating systems

PE Corrector 1.77 (05/01/2004)

Bugs fixed:

- some bugs in the interface redrawing
- program crash on some Windows 98 and Windows Millenium operating systems

PE Corrector 1.76 (02/24/2004)

New features:

+ notification on directory changes

Bugs fixed:

- slow speed of PE files reading (double reading)
- program crash on resource viewing of multiple files

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PE Corrector 1.84 has been released.
New feature: IBM Visual Age C++ compiler support.
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PE Corrector 1.81 has been released.
New feature: alternative flag ($All$) for erasing all exported functions using command line has been added.
What's new >>

Version: 1.84
Date: 06/23/2005

Operating systems:
Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP

Pentium 100MHz, 8 MB RAM, 1 MB Hard Disk (or better)

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