Making Game Maker less useless.
What is system.dll?
Well, imagine Game Maker on steroids. Well, not the best description.
It allows you to thread in Game Maker, and use functions in Game Maker you normally can't.
Can I use this in my game?
Duh, why would I make something and not allow you to use it in your game?
It's open source, but I do require a bit of credit. Nothing big, like leaving my version info on the DLL is fine.
Is this legal?
Of course, why wouldn't it? It doesn't alter the executable at all.
What can this do?
I'm not writing an essay on it... You can compile assembly into memory pointers, that you can allocate and free.
You can disassemble memory too, and it can also thread along with setting Game Maker functions to other ones.
Honestly, I'm sure the code could have been written better and it's not 100% error proof.
The download link is provided below:
GMaker Library Topic (Needed to compile the DLL, only!)
Now compatible with: GM7, GM6.1, GM6.0, GM5.3a
Edited by X-tra Fear, 31 March 2009 - 07:37 PM.