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# comp_ids.txt from https://github.com/dishather/richprint
# Format is:
# <comp.id> Description
# I use the following extra marks in description:
# [ C ] - obj file produced by C compiler
# [C++] - obj file produced by C++ compiler
# [RES] - obj file produced by CVTRES converter
# [IMP] - DLL import record in library file
# [EXP] - DLL export record in library file
# [ASM] - obj file produced by assembler
# Objects without @comp.id are collected under this record
00010000 [---] Unmarked objects
00000000 [---] Unmarked objects (old)
# RTM version number: 18.0.21005.1
# Update 2 version number: 18.00.30501
# Update 3 version number: 18.00.30723
# Update 4 version number: 18.00.31101
# MSVS Community 2015 UPD3.1 (cl version 19.00.24215.1) - some IDs are interpolated
# [ASM] is the same as in UPD3 build 24213
01045e97 [ C ] VS2015 UPD3.1 build 24215
01055e97 [C++] VS2015 UPD3.1 build 24215
01025e97 [LNK] VS2015 UPD3.1 build 24215
01005e97 [EXP] VS2015 UPD3.1 build 24215
01015e97 [IMP] VS2015 UPD3.1 build 24215
# MSVS Community 2015 UPD3 (cl version 19.00.24213.1)
01045e95 [ C ] VS2015 UPD3 build 24213
01035e92 [ASM] VS2015 UPD3 build 24210
01055e95 [C++] VS2015 UPD3 build 24213
00ff5e92 [RES] VS2015 UPD3 build 24210
01025e95 [LNK] VS2015 UPD3 build 24213
01005e95 [EXP] VS2015 UPD3 build 24213
01015e95 [IMP] VS2015 UPD3 build 24213
# MSVS Community 2015 UPD2 (14.0.25123.0?)
01045d6e [ C ] VS2015 UPD2 build 23918
01035d6e [ASM] VS2015 UPD2 build 23918
01055d6e [C++] VS2015 UPD2 build 23918
00ff5d6e [RES] VS2015 UPD2 build 23918
01025d6e [LNK] VS2015 UPD2 build 23918
01005d6e [EXP] VS2015 UPD2 build 23918
01015d6e [IMP] VS2015 UPD2 build 23918
# MSVS Community 2015 14.0.24728.2 (UPD 1) 14.0.24720.0 D14REL
01045bd2 [ C ] VS2015 UPD1 build 23506
01035bd2 [ASM] VS2015 UPD1 build 23506
01055bd2 [C++] VS2015 UPD1 build 23506
00ff5bd2 [RES] VS2015 UPD1 build 23506
01025bd2 [LNK] VS2015 UPD1 build 23506
01005bd2 [EXP] VS2015 UPD1 build 23506
01015bd2 [IMP] VS2015 UPD1 build 23506
# MSVS Community 2015
010459f2 [ C ] VS2015 build 23026
010359f2 [ASM] VS2015 build 23026
010559f2 [C++] VS2015 build 23026
00ff59f2 [RES] VS2015 build 23026
010259f2 [LNK] VS2015 build 23026
010059f2 [EXP] VS2015 build 23026
010159f2 [IMP] VS2015 build 23026
# MSVS2013 12.0.40629.00 Update 5
00e09eb5 [ C ] VS2013 UPD5 build 40629
00e19eb5 [C++] VS2013 UPD5 build 40629
# cvtres not updated since RTM version
00de9eb5 [LNK] VS2013 UPD5 build 40629
00dc9eb5 [EXP] VS2013 UPD5 build 40629
00dd9eb5 [IMP] VS2013 UPD5 build 40629
00df9eb5 [ASM] VS2013 UPD5 build 40629
# MSVS2013 12.0.31101.00 Update 4 - not attested in real world, @comp.id is
# calculated.
00e0797d [ C ] VS2013 UPD4 build 31101
00e1797d [C++] VS2013 UPD4 build 31101
# cvtres not updated since RTM version
00de797d [LNK] VS2013 UPD4 build 31101
00dc797d [EXP] VS2013 UPD4 build 31101
00dd797d [IMP] VS2013 UPD4 build 31101
00df797d [ASM] VS2013 UPD4 build 31101
# MSVS2013 12.0.30723.00 Update 3 - not attested in real world, @comp.id is
# calculated.
00e07803 [ C ] VS2013 UPD3 build 30723
00e17803 [C++] VS2013 UPD3 build 30723
# cvtres not updated since RTM version
00de7803 [LNK] VS2013 UPD3 build 30723
00dc7803 [EXP] VS2013 UPD3 build 30723
00dd7803 [IMP] VS2013 UPD3 build 30723
00df7803 [ASM] VS2013 UPD3 build 30723
# MSVS2013 12.0.30501.00 Update 2 - not attested in real world, @comp.id is
# calculated.
00e07725 [ C ] VS2013 UPD2 build 30501
00e17725 [C++] VS2013 UPD2 build 30501
# cvtres not updated since RTM version
00de7725 [LNK] VS2013 UPD2 build 30501
00dc7725 [EXP] VS2013 UPD2 build 30501
00dd7725 [IMP] VS2013 UPD2 build 30501
00df7725 [ASM] VS2013 UPD2 build 30501
# MSVS2013 RTM
# Looks like it doesn't always dump linker's comp.id
00e0520d [ C ] VS2013 build 21005
00e1520d [C++] VS2013 build 21005
00db520d [RES] VS2013 build 21005
00de520d [LNK] VS2013 build 21005
00dc520d [EXP] VS2013 build 21005
00dd520d [IMP] VS2013 build 21005
00df520d [ASM] VS2013 build 21005
# MSVS2012 Premium Update 4 (11.0.61030.00 Update 4)
00ceee66 [ C ] VS2012 UPD4 build 61030
00cfee66 [C++] VS2012 UPD4 build 61030
00cdee66 [ASM] VS2012 UPD4 build 61030
00c9ee66 [RES] VS2012 UPD4 build 61030
00ccee66 [LNK] VS2012 UPD4 build 61030
00caee66 [EXP] VS2012 UPD4 build 61030
00cbee66 [IMP] VS2012 UPD4 build 61030
# MSVS2012 Update 3 (17.00.60610.1 Update 3) - not attested in real world,
# @comp.id is calculated.
00ceecc2 [ C ] VS2012 UPD3 build 60610
00cfecc2 [C++] VS2012 UPD3 build 60610
00cdecc2 [ASM] VS2012 UPD3 build 60610
00c9ecc2 [RES] VS2012 UPD3 build 60610
00ccecc2 [LNK] VS2012 UPD3 build 60610
00caecc2 [EXP] VS2012 UPD3 build 60610
00cbecc2 [IMP] VS2012 UPD3 build 60610
# MSVS2012 Update 2 (17.00.60315.1 Update 2) - not attested in real world,
# @comp.id is calculated.
00ceeb9b [ C ] VS2012 UPD2 build 60315
00cfeb9b [C++] VS2012 UPD2 build 60315
00cdeb9b [ASM] VS2012 UPD2 build 60315
00c9eb9b [RES] VS2012 UPD2 build 60315
00cceb9b [LNK] VS2012 UPD2 build 60315
00caeb9b [EXP] VS2012 UPD2 build 60315
00cbeb9b [IMP] VS2012 UPD2 build 60315
# MSVS2012 Update 1 (17.00.51106.1 Update 1) - not attested in real world,
# @comp.id is calculated.
00cec7a2 [ C ] VS2012 UPD1 build 51106
00cfc7a2 [C++] VS2012 UPD1 build 51106
00cdc7a2 [ASM] VS2012 UPD1 build 51106
00c9c7a2 [RES] VS2012 UPD1 build 51106
00ccc7a2 [LNK] VS2012 UPD1 build 51106
00cac7a2 [EXP] VS2012 UPD1 build 51106
00cbc7a2 [IMP] VS2012 UPD1 build 51106
# MSVS2012 Premium (11.0.50727.1 RTMREL)
00cec627 [ C ] VS2012 build 50727
00cfc627 [C++] VS2012 build 50727
00c9c627 [RES] VS2012 build 50727
00cdc627 [ASM] VS2012 build 50727
00cac627 [EXP] VS2012 build 50727
00cbc627 [IMP] VS2012 build 50727
00ccc627 [LNK] VS2012 build 50727
# MSVS2010 SP1 kb 983509 (10.0.40219.1 SP1Rel)
00aa9d1b [ C ] VS2010 SP1 build 40219
00ab9d1b [C++] VS2010 SP1 build 40219
009d9d1b [LNK] VS2010 SP1 build 40219
009a9d1b [RES] VS2010 SP1 build 40219
009b9d1b [EXP] VS2010 SP1 build 40219
009c9d1b [IMP] VS2010 SP1 build 40219
009e9d1b [ASM] VS2010 SP1 build 40219
# MSVS2010 (10.0.30319.1 RTMRel)
00aa766f [ C ] VS2010 build 30319
00ab766f [C++] VS2010 build 30319
009d766f [LNK] VS2010 build 30319
009a766f [RES] VS2010 build 30319
009b766f [EXP] VS2010 build 30319
009c766f [IMP] VS2010 build 30319
009e766f [ASM] VS2010 build 30319
# MSVS2008 SP1 (9.0.30729.1 SP)
00837809 [ C ] VS2008 SP1 build 30729
00847809 [C++] VS2008 SP1 build 30729
# cvtres is the same as in VS2008
00957809 [ASM] VS2008 SP1 build 30729
00927809 [EXP] VS2008 SP1 build 30729
00937809 [IMP] VS2008 SP1 build 30729
00917809 [LNK] VS2008 SP1 build 30729
# MSVS2008 (9.0.21022.8 RTM)
0083521e [ C ] VS2008 build 21022
0084521e [C++] VS2008 build 21022
0091521e [LNK] VS2008 build 21022
0094521e [RES] VS2008 build 21022
0092521e [EXP] VS2008 build 21022
0093521e [IMP] VS2008 build 21022
0095521e [ASM] VS2008 build 21022
# MSVS2005 (RTM.50727-4200) cl version: 14.00.50727.42
# MSVS2005-SP1 dumps the same comp.id's.
# It is strange, but there exists VS2012 with the same build number:
# 11 Build 50727.1
006dc627 [ C ] VS2005 build 50727
006ec627 [C++] VS2005 build 50727
0078c627 [LNK] VS2005 build 50727
007cc627 [RES] VS2005 build 50727
007ac627 [EXP] VS2005 build 50727
007bc627 [IMP] VS2005 build 50727
007dc627 [ASM] VS2005 build 50727
# MSVS2003 (.NET) SP1 (kb918007)
005f178e [ C ] VS2003 (.NET) SP1 build 6030
0060178e [C++] VS2003 (.NET) SP1 build 6030
005a178e [LNK] VS2003 (.NET) SP1 build 6030
000f178e [ASM] VS2003 (.NET) SP1 build 6030
# cvtres is the same version as without SP1
005c178e [EXP] VS2003 (.NET) SP1 build 6030
005d178e [IMP] VS2003 (.NET) SP1 build 6030
# MSVS2003 (.NET) 7.0.1.3088
005f0c05 [ C ] VS2003 (.NET) build 3077
00600c05 [C++] VS2003 (.NET) build 3077
000f0c05 [ASM] VS2003 (.NET) build 3077
005e0bec [RES] VS2003 (.NET) build 3052
005c0c05 [EXP] VS2003 (.NET) build 3077
005d0c05 [IMP] VS2003 (.NET) build 3077
005a0c05 [LNK] VS2003 (.NET) build 3077
# MSVS2002 (.NET) 7.0.9466
001c24fa [ C ] VS2002 (.NET) build 9466
001d24fa [C++] VS2002 (.NET) build 9466
004024fa [ASM] VS2002 (.NET) build 9466
003d24fa [LNK] VS2002 (.NET) build 9466
004524fa [RES] VS2002 (.NET) build 9466
003f24fa [EXP] VS2002 (.NET) build 9466
001924fa [IMP] VS2002 (.NET) build 9466
# MSVS98 6.0 SP6 (Enterprise edition)
# Looks like linker may mix compids for C and C++ objects (why?)
000a2636 [ C ] VS98 (6.0) SP6 build 8804
000b2636 [C++] VS98 (6.0) SP6 build 8804
# MSVC++ 6.0 SP5 (Enterprise edition)
00152306 [ C ] VC++ 6.0 SP5 build 8804
00162306 [C++] VC++ 6.0 SP5 build 8804
000420ff [LNK] VC++ 6.0 SP5 imp/exp build 8447
000606c7 [RES] VS98 (6.0) SP6 cvtres build 1736
# MSVS6.0 (no servicepacks)
000a1fe8 [ C ] VS98 (6.0) build 8168
000b1fe8 [C++] VS98 (6.0) build 8168
000606b8 [RES] VS98 (6.0) cvtres build 1720
00041fe8 [LNK] VS98 (6.0) imp/exp build 8168
# MSVS97 5.0 Enterprise Edition (cl 11.00.7022, link 5.00.7022)
# Does NOT generate any @comp.id records, nor Rich headers.
# SP3 added Rich-generating linker (albeit it doesn't identify itself),
# and CVTRES and LIB(?) utilities that generate @comp.id records. There is no
# distinction between import and export records yet. I marked the records as
# [IMP] because VS98 linker seems to omit export records from the header; VS97
# linker might do the same.
00060684 [RES] VS97 (5.0) SP3 cvtres 5.00.1668
00021c87 [IMP] VS97 (5.0) SP3 link 5.10.7303