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On 06/10/16 07:50, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
>> Another option is the "objdump -x ... | grep -i 'dll name'"
>> command I suggested in and earlier post.
> 
> That doesn't work recursively, i.e. it will only show the DLLs 
> recorded in the binary, but will not show the dependencies in those
>  DLLs.

Sure.  I didn't mean to imply that this is a work-alike replacement
for the dependency walker; just that it is an alternative for quick
and simple direct dependency lookup.  As to it not working recursively
... it should be fairly trivial to script it to follow the references.

Personally, I find dependency walker to be slow, clunky, often
confusing, and worst of all, it's Windows only, (so even slower,
waiting for a VM[1] to start up, just to be able to run it).

[1] I don't know if I could run it under wine; I've never tried
that, but generally, wine is also slow.

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Regards,
Keith.

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