To get details You use special tools - I used filalyzer(freeware)
to find out dependencies (import and export tables & where the imports come from).
I can't find filelyzer/filalyzer etc. - for deep analise dependiencies I recomend
free "Dependency Walker for Win32 (x86) from Microsoft".
Detection of dynamically loaded modules, including details about which module actually called LoadLibrary to dynamically load the module.
Detection of dynamically called functions, including details about which module actually called GetProcAddress to obtain the function address.
Detection of delay-load dependencies. This is a new type of dependency that was introduced with Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0. They work on Windows 95/98/Me and Windows NT/2000/XP.
Support for 64-bit Windows modules.
Console mode that allows Dependency Walker to be ran without its graphical interface being displayed. This is useful for batch files and unattended automation of Dependency Walker features.
Command line options to configure module search order, column sorting, output files, profiling, and other settings.
Ability to monitor module entrypoints (like DllMain) looking for module initialization failures.
C++ function name undecorating to provide human readable C++ function prototypes including function names, return types, and parameter types.
User definable module search paths with support for "KnownDLLs" and the "App Paths" registry keys. Search paths can be saved and loaded from within the graphical interface or from the command line.
Ability to save a module's session to a text report file for easy viewing in any text viewer.
Ability to save a module's session to a comma separated value (CSV) file for easy importing into other applications.
Ability to save a snapshot of an entire module session to an image file, which can be loaded by Dependency Walker at a later time on any computer.
Module profiling to detect dynamic dependencies, child processes, thread activity, and exceptions. Child processes can also be profiled for their dependencies.
Ability to control what file extensions Dependency Walker will add the "View Dependencies" menu item to a file's context menu in explorer.
Added hotkeys to help match imports with exports, and modules in the list view with modules in the tree view. Also added hotkeys to locate the previous, next, or original instance of a module in the tree view.
Added some new columns to the Module List View. They include Link Time Stamp, Link Checksum, Real Checksum, Symbols, Actual Base, Virtual Size, and Load Order.
Added an OS Information dialog. This information is also saved to text and Dependency Walker Image (DWI) files.
All list views can now be sorted by icon, which provides an easy way of grouping items of similar type.
You can now search all list views for text by simply typing in a few characters to match in the currently sorted column.
Added color-coding to the module list view and log view to help highlight problems.
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/03/2011 01:38PM by Marcus.