Re: How to create a new process without the context of the calling process

"Alex Blekhman" <xfkt@oohay.moc>
Thu, 23 Nov 2006 14:11:10 +0200
"Bill Gates" wrote:

But I found in my application, the last called process
inherit the dll from its ancestor.

There is no such thing as DLL inheritance. The only things
new process may inherit from parent are inheritable handles
and environment variables. DLL's are not inherited, they
loaded for each process according to its needs.

The calling order is as the following,

  process A(.Net program and processed by Salamander)
CALLs process B(Pure win32 program) CALLs process C(.Net

The process A links the dll named rsdeploy.dll created by
Salamander, and the process C dosn't link rsdeploy.dll.
But if the process C is called as the order like the
front, it will link to rsdeploy.dll dynamically. Why...?

I don't know what the Salamander is. I assume it's this

"Salamander .NET decompiler"

Probably Salamander injects its DLL in every .NET process or
installs some hooks into .NET processes. I don't know. It's
implementation detail of Salamander. There is nothing like
DLL inheritance in Windows OS.


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