Windows API (What I have so far)
dmiller at ptd.net
Sun Feb 9 16:48:28 CST 2003
Ok, here is new HTML. I used c:\windows as the path so gdiplus would be
I'll add the newlines, but haven't yet. So new HTML doesn't have them.
At 12:25 AM 2/10/2003 +0200, you wrote:
>David Miller wrote:
>>I checked my system for gdiplus.dll. It simply is not under
>>c:\windows\system32, which is the path I gave when I made the sample
>>HTML. It is under c:\windows\winsxs.
>>The new program strips the path and dll extension in the HTML output.
>>Would it be better to reverse that change, and include the path and
>>extension to be compatible with your parser?
>I don't think that would be necessary. Just make sure that in the HTML you
>add a real NL after each <br> (or otherwise make the interesting parts at
>most one per line), and that SHOULD work.
>My parser removed the path if it's there, and removes the extension if
>it's .dll. If the files have no path and no extension, that should still
>work fine (I would love to either have you check that, or give me an up to
>date HTML for me to check against).
>Open Source integration consultant
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