Mehrdad wfunction at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 28 05:02:24 PST 2011

On 12/27/2011 12:05 PM, Andrej Mitrovic wrote:
> On 12/27/11, Nick Sabalausky<a at a.a>  wrote:
>> And segfaults are handled better on linux because linux merely
>> prints a message to stderr instead of popping up a dialog box that you, or a
>> program (one is available on the DustMite wiki) must click "Ok" on to
>> continue.
> I wonder if it would be faster if dustmite were to hook into w32 and
> intercept these dialog box invocations.
I think it's the 'hard error' mode of the process that determines 
whether a dialog is invoked.
If you could change the hard error handler of the process (which I 
believe is CSRSS normally) you could prevent this from happening.
Not sure though.

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