multi-file usage, which is what jpe currently doesn't support.
What is it exactly?
If you ever get a popup telling you that "%appname% is attempting a SHFileOperation call that jauntePE is not yet equipped to properly redirect.", then one or more files will possibly not be redirected correctly while they are being copied, deleted, moved, or renamed. But I've yet to run across an app that uses SHFileOperation in this manner.
There's another possible popup for the registry api function RegQueryMultipleValues.
The possible popups have been in there for quite a while. If you haven't seen them yet then it's unlikely the apps you're JPEizing make use of those particular api functions in a way that JPE can't yet handle.
Hey sgp, thanks for all of the useful tries and info. I'll try and remember to put in a fix for that strange exclusion list set you created.
i hope it is the same bug that i having when exlucluding is on in Vista testing
It's not a bug. It's an undocumented user error. It's when an exclusion list has a "1=*" entry in it followed by additional entries, such as "2=anotherdll.dll". JPE will only "exclude all" if there is only 1 entry in the list and that entry is "1=*". sgp wants me to add code to also "exclude all" if there are more entries in the list besides the "1=*" entry.
OK, I tested 14 apps with the min version. 11 worked fine. Of the remaining 3, 2 of them had some previous issues that this version fixed, the last one is foxit and it still isn't working. At least it doesn't hang thought. So the score is 15/16 for me, very positive.
Thanks for the testing, although your math looks a bit off. :) I've made all the suggestions I can think of re: foxit, so I'm leaving that one for you unless something else pops up unexpectedly.
I noticed that the (questionable) ini setting [ModuleExclude] 1=* 2=some.dll still leaves the "excludeallmodules" flag unset.
Yep. I had more important things to do like sleep. Put a semi-colon at the front of the line to comment it out if you don't want to delete it.