I owe thanks to:
Jeff Roberts and John Miles of RAD gametools, for fishing
out ancient documentation of the DOS MSS interfaces, and for general
advice on supporting MSS in VDos32.
Nick Kurshev for BIEW. Marvelous tool for messing with DOS programs.
I couldn't have done without it.
K. Narech for DOS/32A.
Inspecting DOS/32A was particularly useful for understanding how fixups work
in LE programs.
Microsoft for providing Windows with SEH (Structured Exception Handling), which provides
such a clean enviroment for doing the sort of strange things VDos32 must do.
Matt Pietrek for explaining how SEH works, in his article
A Crash Course on the Depths of Win32 Structured Exception Handling
Dos Freak and Co. for developing DOSBox,
and making it opensource -
very useful for finding details of the strange workings of DOS.
Ralph Brown for his DOS interrupt list.
Copyright © Paul Gardiner 2006 - 2007