Basically what it does is looks for a specified process either by its filename or window name and tells you if it's running or not.
A simple but somewhat useful DLL in certain cases. Here are some examples of what you could use it for..
- Checks to see if a process with the same name is running as the current process (for online games you might not want players to run two applications at a time)
- Scans to see if any cheating programs are active such as memory scanners or packet editors
- Possibly more uses but I can't think of any at the moment
The first parameter is either the filename or window name of the process, and the second parameter is if
you want to find the process by its filename (set to 0) or window name (set to 1).
It will then return true if the process was found, and false if it wasn't found.
Hope you find this useful.
Download Link V2
*NOTE: The zip also includes an example .gmk file if you still don't understand how it works.
Edited by Stryke, 10 August 2009 - 02:29 PM.