Native callback in TD

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Mirko
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Native callback in TD

Post by Mirko » 18 Dec 2007, 09:14

 Posted by:  Mirko BONANNO 

I know Christian will compile his (fantastic, usefull, ...) version ASAP and
I thank him for the past releases and in advance for the future one !!!

But is there any chance to have it natively with TD ?

Mirko

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Dave Rabelink
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Native callback in TD

Post by Dave Rabelink » 18 Dec 2007, 18:48

Oh yes, that would be nice.

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Native callback in TD

Post by NewsgroupServer » 18 Dec 2007, 19:21

 Posted by:  Klaus-Werner Konrad 

I don't think it's possible, because SAL is interpreted, and so you don't
have
'real' function pointers like in C / C++

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Native callback in TD

Post by NewsgroupServer » 19 Dec 2007, 08:23

 Posted by:  Mirko BONANNO 

Well when I say "native" I mean "that ships with td"

Do you meen that they cannot provide us a dll like Christian does ?

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Native callback in TD

Post by cschubert » 21 Dec 2007, 16:05

 Posted by:  Christian Schubert 

I'm glad you like it ;-)

Well, I would certainly like to provide a version of Callback fpr TD 5.1,
but currently I'm facing some severe GPFs with LPSTR/LPWSTR parameters in
external functions in SP1 (Callback uses these). I don't think it's a
problem with my development environment (my XP installation is fairly
fresh). I hope Unify will have a look into it....

Regards,

Christian Schubert

BTW I'm convinced that this callback mechanism could be built into TD easily
by Unify

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