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what happened to dependency walker?

i regularly use the dependency walker, but to my horror i discovered that it
is not installed with visual c++ anymore.

is there a replacement for it, or do i have to keep on using it from VC6?

kind regards,
Bruno.
Nov 16 '05 #1
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>i regularly use the dependency walker, but to my horror i discovered that it
is not installed with visual c++ anymore.

is there a replacement for it, or do i have to keep on using it from VC6?


Bruno,

It may be there on your disk, just without a useful shortcut.

You can always get it from www.dependencywalker.com

Dave
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