• Baja Decompiler

    From Night Owl@VERT to All on Sat Sep 11 22:07:00 2004
    Is there a baja decompiler?? it appears that my custom pause is causing 9 out of 10 of my problems... BUT I didn't write that script, and just have the compiled version.... In order for me to find out what needs to be changed I need to decomile the file and take a look at the source.
    So is there baja decomiler?

    LeRoy - (aka Night Owl)

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Night Owl on Sun Sep 12 00:51:31 2004
    Re: Baja Decompiler
    By: Night Owl to All on Sat Sep 11 2004 10:07 pm

    Is there a baja decompiler?? it appears that my custom pause is causing 9 ou of 10 of my problems... BUT I didn't write that script, and just have the compiled version.... In order for me to find out what needs to be changed I need to decomile the file and take a look at the source.
    So is there baja decomiler?

    Nope. You might be better off just getting rid of it then. <shrug>

    digital man

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  • From Angus Mcleod@VERT to Night Owl on Sun Sep 12 09:10:00 2004
    Re: Baja Decompiler
    By: Night Owl to All on Sat Sep 11 2004 22:07:00

    In order for me to find out what needs to be changed I
    need to decomile the file and take a look at the source.
    So is there baja decomiler?

    No.

    How long is it? (How many bytes?)

    If you're desperate and it isn't too long you could do it by hand with the help of /sbbs/src/sbbs3/cmdshell.h as a guide...

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  • From mrproper@VERT to Night Owl on Sun Sep 12 08:53:00 2004
    Re: Baja Decompiler
    By: Night Owl to All on Sat Sep 11 2004 11:07 pm

    Is there a baja decompiler?? it appears that my custom pause is causing 9 ou of 10 of my problems... BUT I didn't write that script, and just have the compiled version.... In order for me to find out what needs to be changed I need to decomile the file and take a look at the source.
    So is there baja decomiler?

    LeRoy - (aka Night Owl)


    Just guessing but I presume there's not a program to de-compile baja as some of the modules are put out as shareware.


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  • From Night Owl@VERT to Digital Man on Sun Sep 12 23:10:00 2004
    Re: Baja Decompiler
    By: Digital Man to Night Owl on Sun Sep 12 2004 00:51:00


    Nope. You might be better off just getting rid of it then. <shrug>

    digital man

    Already did. :( sure does look different now, but things have started to work again.... There must have be something a little different in v3.11b that the custom "pause" cause to stop working, email (internet type) started to work again (it still has a few problems with a couple of ISPs but I think it's the way the smtp relay works) and telgate started working.

    Thanks again for the help.

    LeRoy - (aka Night Owl)

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  • From Night Owl@VERT to Angus Mcleod on Sun Sep 12 23:11:00 2004
    Re: Baja Decompiler
    By: Angus Mcleod to Night Owl on Sun Sep 12 2004 09:10:00

    No.

    How long is it? (How many bytes?)

    If you're desperate and it isn't too long you could do it by hand with the h of /sbbs/src/sbbs3/cmdshell.h as a guide...
    Sounds like a lot of work too me -- might just be easier to write one that works correctly to start with :)

    LeRoy (aka Night Owl)

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