@Alois-xx if you want to just send me a zip that is fine. If you want to use Git, basically you fork the repository, make the changes to the develop branch, commit (i.e. to your own fork of the repository) then you can do a pull request.
Yes the caribian sea is definitely worth a trip. The kids loved it as well. Ok I finally have read up how easy is a fork. Is there an easy way to merge from the develop branch to which I commited locally to my fork where I have write access to?
@Alois-xx yeah just do a google on it will be easier for u to follow a tutorial or something out there, or I can pull it from ur main branch if you like, just need to get it committed to a fork on GitHub
ok I think I have it. I have added https://github.com/Alois-xx/EasyHook which has two commits to add the new functionality. The tester is basically ETWStackwalk.exe see help for more information. You need from the latest Win 10 SDK Windbg and Windows Performance Toolkit to use etw trace recording and debugging with Windbg with the -debug switch of ETWStackwalk. Be sure to compile it with Admin rights because it will install a new ETW manifest during compile.
I hope the code adheres to your code quality if you have any comments what should be improved drop me a line. I would be happy if it can be merged into the main line. I am putting up a blog post soon which will explain much of the work behind this.