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On Jun 26, 9:53pm, DJ Delorie <d DOT  DOT  DOT  AT delorie DOT com> wrote:
> Right, I'm thinking we could extend stubify too:
>
> stubify -s cwsdpmi.exe foo
>     adds the specified stub.
>
> stubify foo.exe
>     replaces the existing stub with a new default one.
>
> stubify -s cwsdpmi.exe foo.exe
>     replaces the existing stub with a new specified one.

You tell me, but how many different stubs are there? Besides the
default, there's CWSDSTUB, WDOSX, PMODE/DJ, D3X, what else?? Maybe
some modified thingy from (old) DJP? (Actually, WDOSX might be moot
since it's packed in its own unpackable compression format and even
the -nowfse doesn't seem to work anymore.)

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