Added support for CHT & CBT (move forward/backward by tabs), DECAWM (don't wrap at EOL), CRM (display control characters, but still perform newline) and REP (repeat last character, including BEL, BS, TAB, LF and CR). It always bugged me that newline would add an unneeded blank line due to wrap, but not enough to do anything about it. For some reason, adding CRM got me to thinking about it, so I finally did it. Stopped \e[K from erasing the first character of the next line. Restore cursor visibility on unload.
Clear screen (\e[2J) will scroll in a new window the first time it's used, or the window has scrolled, or the cursor is on the last line of the buffer. Restore Cursor Position (\e[u) will recognise screen size changes and limit itself to the new boundaries.
ANSICON_EXC can now be used to exclude an entire program (including children). This is achieved by simply not specifying an extension: ANSICON_EXC=program.exe will just ignore program.exe (its DLLs will still be hooked, as will its child- ren), but ANSICON_EXC=program will not hook program at all (which also means its children will not be hooked). The various LoadLibrary hooks would only hook the DLL that was specified - any DLLs it loaded would be missed. That has now been rectified. Similarly, a DLL that is injected via CreateRemoteThread, using LoadLibraryA or LoadLibraryW as its ThreadProc, will now be hooked.
-p uses CreateRemoteThread, determining kernel32.dll & LLW dynamically. Loading via LoadLibrary will remember the current attributes, restoring them on unload. Tweaked log output (remove quotes around CreateProcess command line; add an underscore to 64-bit addresses). ansicon.exe will really output (to the console) strings as Unicode. Fixed ansicon.exe, if installed, restoring the default attributes, not current. ansicon.exe will start with ANSICON_DEF (if defined and -m not used).
…g the need for ANSI-LLW.exe. Set the code page so ansicon.exe can display some strings properly. Expand wildcards for -t. VC6 can now compile the 32-bit version; use it for the release binaries. Improvements to the VC makefile. Describe the sequences in a bit more detail.
Added environment variable ANSICON_EXC to specify modules that should not be hooked. This should work around the nvd3d9wrap.dll issue. Since it helps to know what the modules are, logging is now always available, controlled by -l or ANSICON_LOG. A side-effect caused debugstr.c to move to util.c. GUI programs are once again not hooked, unless run by "ansicon" directly or in the ANSICON_GUI environment variable. Since not hooking still leaves ANSICON in the environment, created ANSICON_VER as a dynamic-only variable, which can also serve as a version check. Due to an email requesting a reverse video option, realised I always take the current attributes as default. This means if you turned on reverse and ran a program, it would take the reverse as its default. Created ANSICON_DEF variable to explicitly set the default attribute, using the current if it doesn't exist. The reverse video option is done via a "negative" attribute (e.g. "-m-f0" is reversed black on white, meaning you'll get white on black, with foreground sequences changing the background). (The difference from "\e[7m" is that it won't be reset on "\e[m".) A child program will inherit the parent's modes (but not shift); the parent will read the child's modes on exit (but not unload). The exception is "ansicon", which will always start with the default modes and leave the parent unchanged. Improved the AutoRun entry, only running "ansicon" if ANSICON_VER doesn't exist. The "ansicon" command is always first. Stopped -u implying -p; return the program's exit code; don't restore the original color when just using -p; output error messages to stderr.