[cvsnt] Re: Bad upgrade experience to current CVSNT 2.50.3 (2260)

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Fri Mar 24 19:59:36 GMT 2006

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John Peacock wrote:
> I define required as "the program runs with this file present and 
> doesn't work if the file is absent" which was the experience I had...

To be more constructive:  What actually failed?  And can you clarify 
that we are talking about dbghelp.dll (which we use, loaded as part of 
the exception handle) not dbghlp.dll (which we don't use or have any use 


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