Mangle-It Java No-Mangle Lists
Managing No Mangle Lists
The following describes how to use the No-Mangle List screen. This screen can be accessed form the Actions menu or from the Project Settings window.
No-Mangle Lists: No-Mangle Lists simply contain symbols that Mangle-It should not mangle. These are typically symbols that are not defined in your code, whether they are part of the Windows API or an external library like MFC. For example, if your code calls the function toString() and Mangle-It changes this function name to a meaningless string your code will not compile. Generally, the rule is that only symbols that are defined in your code base should be mangled.
Import No-Mangle List You may have already defined a No-Mangle List for an old project or library that you want to include in a new project. Selecting Import No-Mangle opens the dialog below. Simply select the list you would like to import and click OK.
Delete No-Mangle List Click this if you wish to delete a No-Mangle List from your project.
Create No-Mangle List It is easy to create a No-Mangle List. Simply click this button and enter the name in the dialog below.
Add No-Mangle Symbol To add a no-mangle symbol to a list, simply enter the symbol in the space provided and click Add
No-Mangle Symbol. The symbol will be added to the currently selected list.
Delete No-Mangle Symbol To delete a No-Mangle Symbol simply select the symbol and click Delete No-Mangle Symbol.
Add No-Mangle Symbols From File If you have a large number of symbols to add it can be tedious to do so one at a time. If you put all your symbols in a text file you can select that file and import them all at once. Symbols are space delimited, and more than one symbol can exist in one line.
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