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pause Posted - 08 Dec 2008 : 12:37:50
This question is probably more of an MFC question, but if you have insight into this, I'd appreciate it. Here goes...

Can I use your QCW32/RT libs to create a dll, that I can link into my non-MFC, windows console program?

Or

Can you recommend the best way to handle integrating MFC with nonMFC?

Thanks,
epaus
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quinncurtis Posted - 08 Dec 2008 : 12:54:04
Sorry, but you are not going to be able to create a DLL using our GCL for MFC. We designed the underlying DLL 's (WCT32DR3.DLL and WRT32DR3.DLL) and the GCL libraries (CT32D.LIB and RT32D.Lib) to be called from application programs, not other DLL's.

We don't really understand what you are doing. We have zero experience calling either regular Windows DLLs from a console program, or calling MFC based DLL's from a console program. We aren't aware that anyone has ever done it with our software.

The only thing I can suggest is that you write a complete Windows application using our software, and then launch the application from the console, transferring any data you might need to transfer through a file.

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