Hey folks. Still making steady progress on RemedyBG.
In my project blurb I mentioned that RemedyBG wouldn't use any third-party libraries. I did, unfortunately, have to pull in a third party library for disassembling the x86 instruction set. It was on one of these forums that someone recommended using Intel XED
for this task. So far this is looking like a good choice. XED using a very
limited subset of the C-runtime: memcmp, memset, memcpy, strcmp, strncat, and strlen; note that this list does not include malloc or free.
On other fronts, many of the key pieces of the API are becoming fleshed out to my satisfaction. Man am I really looking forward to ditching Visual Studio's IDE...